Critique my new website please.......

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  1. justin30513

    justin30513 New Member

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    Just worked on this for about 4 hours today.

    Let me know what you think it needs.

    Thanks!

    Clean4U
     
  2. Labster

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    Seems very spacey and doesn't really "sell" your product. I would be careful about using the word team to describe your company because people lose the intimate feel of one person giving their auto their undivided attention.
     
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    What should I add/change to take care of this?

    Thanks bro for taking your time.
     
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    I think the Gallery page is great, usually we put up a half and half or a few before and afters- but it looks like you documented every step. A different approach I like.

    But I do agree with Labster, it does seem 'spacey'. To fix it? Maybe move the first page text to below the menu and set the first image in the slideshow to your Ranger?
     
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    I thought about making a slide show of my truck/equipment.
    What do you think?
    Wast or would customer's like to see my mobile office and supplies?
     
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    I think one side pic of the whole truck, and one pic of the bed contents would suffice. Followed by a "Clean4U only uses the highest quality products applied by commercial grade equipment." Anything more may be overkill.
     
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    A lot of dead space on the sides, I'd widen everything instead of making people scroll down.
     
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    It's 31* today here. Had time to revamp the site.

    Let me know what you think once again.

    Went in a totally different direction this time.
     
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    Much better.
     
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    Changed even more in the last 2 hours Morgan.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Much better. Very professional, like the before/after slideshow on the home page. :)
     
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    I like the new site a lot better than the old!
     
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    The latest version of the site looks good, Justin. Well done. :bigthumb:
     
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    Thanks guys. Thanks for the input and compliments. I'm getting this same answer from clients and other friends as well. Finally!
     

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