View Full Version : www.fresh-furniture.com
10-23-2003, 10:00 AM
OK - this site has been around for a while, but over the last week or so i've been feverishly working on a redesign (well, more a re-layout) to try and increase sales...
What i've ended up with so far looks like this:
It's simple (i think) and quite basic - but does it make sense? and can anyone else navigate through the content?
If you want to make a comparison with the old design then check out this page:
Thanks for any feedback...
10-23-2003, 11:00 AM
I have to say that your old site looks a bit more organized. Your current site is very scattered. You might want to reduce the size and split the columns. The logos for each site, should either open in another browser, or be in a frame where the end user can return to your site. As for the choices you have I like them. On your original site, you had things formated and color was good too. Keep it simple, but not as simple as you have it now. When navigating, I always like to have my choice available consistently and the text about the site seems to run away.
I wish you luck and if you want check out my site. I'm still working on it as well, but this forum is definitely a great help and you can learn so much here. So thank you and webproworld for this opportunity.
10-23-2003, 12:34 PM
A couple of suggestions....
1. Your font is too small. On higher resolution screens it will look like ants walking across the screen.
2. I am not sure why you want to have visitors leave your site sitting so predominantly on each page.
3. Those images for the external links flashing (the animations) on each page are a bit annoying. Maybe have them jsut on one page?
But good luck anyway!
10-24-2003, 08:01 AM
more content of who you are and what you are doing?
have the links go onto another page for UK/US sites?
too much empty space on left and right sides?
move johnlewis etc banners to side (empty spaces) and move up the furniture etc eg bathroom etc and move middle banners too? otherwise can put people off seeing banners in the middle before products?