I'm needing help with a couple of issues with my website, as well as some general constructive criticism regarding anything such as colours; ease of use; intuitivity; speed; accessibility etc etc.
The site is a personal one: basically a sort of portfolio for the work I do here and there.
My main worry is that the tool I wrote to use on the website uses flash to stream music from a remote server. I have come across some computers here and there that do not have flash installed, therefore leaving a blank space. What I'm thinking is whether or not to ignore these users who do not have flash and instead just focus on keeping the site clean and up to date...? Put it like this, if you're a musician, then the chances are that you will have a pretty decent computer due to the fact that so much music [at least, of some select genres] depends on bleeding edge hardware and software. Not that I would consider flash bleeding edge!! The last thing I'd want, though, is a site that has one of those darn things at the bottom 'Best viewed with....' and what have you.
Colour wise, the site's been given a huge uplift quite recently. The old site was a cacophony of greys and blacks which was just rather depressing to say the least. I'm still not quite sure about the colours though - I never seemed to have much of an eye for creating attractive frontend.
Site optimisation has always been a bit of a problem for me... I've ended up having to submit the XML directory structure of the website to Google. Site never seems to be indexed properly. It may be beyond the scope of 'submit your site for review' - but do you think it may have anything to do with the way the root (ie ://www.ronkymac.com/) is structured...?