Originally Posted by HRoi
not sure if you already changed the resolution of the images already, but the background images are showing on my monitor as very low quality and pixelated.
Only thing is, I'm thinking if the quality of the images where increased, the site would be even slower to load. Maybe better to skip the slideshow images completely, just have a solid colour or textured background, that's not so distracting.
OP, I see you've changed the text colour on the front page, but it's still clashing with the slideshow background images, grey on grey, black on black. What information are those images meant to convey anyway? Are they relevant to your branding, products and services? They just look abstract and don't really mean anything to me.
I'm thinking a website's front-page is the most important of all, and it should have certain things
1. It should say who you are.
2. What your products and services are in clear English, NO jargon.
3. How your potential customers can get in contact with you.
4. Should be clean, professional and pleasant to look at.
5. Must be quick to load.
6. Absolutely NO flashy landing pages that people have to click-through to get to the relevant information. Websites for luxury products are often notorious for this.Edited by MikeDT - 12/11/11 at 3:47pm