So here it is, my site for computer repairs:
Seems a nice, friendly site, which is good. I only note a few minor points: the fonts seems a bit big to me, especially the headings. The quote marks in the footer looks a bit awkward. (I would remove them.) And the text in the middle of the page speaks of "I" before you have introduced yourself (in the footer). Ideally, explain who "I" is before using that word—perhaps in the opening blurb.
Looks nice and professional, good job. If you wanted to add more content, you could break out and explain each service you provide, or add some case studies or success stories.
Pretty good actually. I would repeat the phone number and email on the top of each page, I reckon it's a bit too far down to find it. Also you might change the testimony at the bottom to put some different text and pic on each page, and the link to the wired.co.uk page should open up a new page, keep visitors on yours !
Thanks for the constructive criticism, keep 'em coming.
I like it. It`s clear that this is a local service you are providing. The images are a good size - maybe a tad too big. Also where there is text I would consider making it more distinct from the background and paragraph text - but that's being picky
There seems to be a running theme of 'big' going on. Is this something that has caught everyone's eye?
Maybe you can make the texts: computer repairs, upgrades etc. bolder. Its a little thin looking. And the red color, a little more brighter, richer? Like the Ferrari color scarlet.
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