Hi everyone! Please take a look at my website http://elearning.company/ and let me know what you think. I loved it in the beginning, but having some doubts now and would love to hear what recommendations you have.
First impression is pretty good, I like the design overall. However label's stroke in the main section blokcs looks not good, try to remove them.
Next I visited "HTML5 Projects" page, I tried to view "HTML5 Sample Project", however, it opened Google Glass tutorial on the Amazon S3. I was surprised.
About SEO. Your website fully consist out of images, really, even text blocks are images. This is very harmful for SEO, because search engines can't (yet so far) to read text inside of images. Replace images with normal markup, and to demonstrate your HTML5 skills you can write HTML5 markup.
One question: where's all tutorials and stuff? Are they in the process of development?
Good luck with your project!
For me, after looking at it quickly i still don't really know what you are offering. The bit of text on the home page doesn't really do it for me. sorry.
Whilst it has some words like 'mission' and 'clients' and 'business goals' i don't think they actually say much. I'd rather see an intro paragraph saying 'Are you looking to improve the skills of your employee's via interactive online learning/courses? We offer courses in XXXX. Choose a method of learning below to see which courses we have on offer... etc'
The google glasses top left looks like an advert to me, so i wouldn't click on it.
Your logo needs to link to the home page. This is pretty much industry standard these days, even if you have a home link in the menu.
on this page http://elearning.company/html5 you have spelt Steadily with a 't' on the left panel bottom arrow
As volter9 says you really need to have text instead of images, for SEO and accessability. People with poor eyesight won't be able to increase the font size. Colour blind people won't be able to change the font colours etc. I also personally find it annoying when i can't select text as sometimes i want to google bits i don't understand.
Hope that's useful.
Your website does not provide a good user experience. Its too congested and not enough use of white space.
I totally agree with Noppy,as even i did not understand what type of course are you offering.
Also, should work on your site load timing.
Overall, I really liked the website! It loads pretty fast even with the animations in the beginning. The thing that I really like the most is the animation in between pages (the fade in an out washout effect). Its really clean and well done. Plus, the color scheme is very nice, black, white, and that shade of green mix very well and is clean looking. The only thing I would fix is some of the spelling and grammar. For example, the software training page kicks off with "A good software training...", which seems a little off. Maybe "Exceptional software training..."?
Hope this helped!
I feel url formation is not good. The site is with no .com.
No proper footer information given
Give a static url dont make use of numerics in that
I think the design works very well. I am not a big fan of masonry, but I guess that's a matter of taste. I would probhably also change the logo rectangle a bit, since it is overlapping the headlines on load. Perhaps a little bit more space around there as well. Other than that, it sure looks good. Nice colour palette too.
Website looks better. There are few things that's making your website incomplete. Do you really want to have all those images on landing page. Place images only if required and it goes well with the content and adds to the content.
First impressions on browsing using Windows 7 laptop with Google Chrome:
The first thing that I noticed on the home page was that the big quote seemed a bit personal. Instead of "Hi, we are a team of...", try "Learning and Development solutions." The word "complex" makes it sound as if it'll be a bit expensive. Also some of the links don't work.
Then your images. When I clicked on them, I didn't expect the entire page to change, but expected the tile to slide up with a little description underneath. Also, not all of the tiles are the same size.
I like how you describe some of your services on the front page, but I'd also have a "Table of Contents" page where I can browse through all of your services and then click on them to the page. Or maybe use a search bar at the top.
On your "contact us" page, the error message is also a bit hard to read (red text against a dark background).
If you can sort out those problems and some of the wording, it'll be good.
Hope that helps.
I was pleased by the overall design. Simple and elegant. The OCD-side in me was a little bit distracted by the uneven picture grid net on the front page.
The flashes when switching pages was a nice solution instead of the usual loading/rendering. A footer would also be nice to see.
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