I am not keen on you having to scroll left and right to view the website.
I am running a fairly standard screen size of 1024x768.
You can see AP avoid this on their website design.
However, there is lot of white space for that first paragraph to wrap so that the photos don't disappear out of the right side of the window. As it is, I would have to scroll the window to see them. Daft. A page like that should adjust to the window in my opinion.
I see that it is the images at the the top that are forcing the total width. I wonder if you could do something about them to stop the information being too wide? Even with the browser on full screen on my macbook, I get the scroll bar. With all that white space, it is a tad irritating.
Well, you did ask
Last edited by AlanClifford; 18-02-2012 at 21:18.
The homepage is unappealing visually with the large white area dominating, all that area contains is a few links and I wasn't tempted to click on them
I looked at a few of the photos as well, some of those pre-prom shots are I am sorry to say, awful.
I gave up after that I'm afraid.
I realise this is probably not what you were hoping to hear, but as a promotion it has a way to go. You have a wedding section, but it doesn't contain much, certainly nobody is likely to enquire on the basis of what you show there.
Images on the left should be a bit larger...
Font size should be larger too (especially in the left hand column).
Should be a very clear link to a gallery of your work... as that is what I would like to see before I even considered getting in touch with anyone from their site
What is the paypal button for on the homepage? It is a bit confusing.
Like someone else said though... loads quick, which is good
Thanks for (most) of your comments, I have updated my site and would appreciate more feedback.
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