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  1. #1
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    New Site Design (Reviews Appreciated)

    We completed the new design of our website today. What do you think?

    http://boxsrv.com

    We are now working on WHMCS integration and forum integration.
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    It seems the 7th menu ( CLINET CP) is overlapping the CSS . I am using firefox 4
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    I dont see it with the latest version of firefox
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    Not in love with it. It's very clean though.
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    I feel it needs a bit better contrast. Some of the text is hard to read because it's small, and because it's similarly colored to the background. Also, maybe add some brand logos or something? It's kind of plain right now.

    If I were a user new to web hosting, I would also find it difficult to understand much of your website. There's a lot of jargon that may only cater to users "in-the-know". Also possibly ditch the Comodo seal... it's not very attractive in my opinion.
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    Design looks pretty nice.. You should integrate the WHMCS with the design also..
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    Looks good, menu overlaps on iPhone though
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    I would suggest pointing some of the products out on your index page (you can do combination one shared, one VPS and one dedicated product or similar). I would, perhaps, position them above boxes with "Around the clock support", "Enterprise level network/hardware" etc.

    Also I'd agree - while design is nice, I would try playing a bit more with contrast, bringing "more important" content to focus straight away.

    Another thing about the copy on your website - perhaps wouldn't be bad to get a copywriter/PR stuff to go through it and see how it can be optimized.

    Keep up the good work and good luck with the new website!
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    The site is clean but what happens to me when looking at the site is the brighter colors in pinks/purples that cover your background make me want to look there.

    It's a good site, don't get me wrong but you have graphic design elements that are fighting with each-other battling for me to look one way while your content is trying to convince me to look at it.

    Just remember, less can sometimes mean more. It's a lot harder to make a simple site than it is to clutter it with a bunch of graphics.

    Here are a few classic reminders for web design graphics:
    1) When in doubt - "gray it out"
    2) Can't decide on a background? Use a simple gradient
    3) Keep shadows and bevels to a minimum
    4) Don't make text hard to read
    5) Simplicity SELLS!
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    I definitely think your design is very clean, looks great at least on Firefox. I agree with some of the others, you should throw a little bit more product on your home page. No need to clutter the site with it, but enough to get people to see what you have to catch their interest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdAgency View Post
    The site is clean but what happens to me when looking at the site is the brighter colors in pinks/purples that cover your background make me want to look there.

    It's a good site, don't get me wrong but you have graphic design elements that are fighting with each-other battling for me to look one way while your content is trying to convince me to look at it.

    Just remember, less can sometimes mean more. It's a lot harder to make a simple site than it is to clutter it with a bunch of graphics.

    Here are a few classic reminders for web design graphics:
    1) When in doubt - "gray it out"
    2) Can't decide on a background? Use a simple gradient
    3) Keep shadows and bevels to a minimum
    4) Don't make text hard to read
    5) Simplicity SELLS!
    I do agree - I just found it hard after a few minutes on your site to keep reading. I do like the theme but it has contrast issues that ultimately made me leave - sorry. The best going forward.
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    Very nice and clean design, I like it.
    The only thing that I'd change is the gradient from green/light-blue to violet used as background for page titles (Dedicated Servers (With cPanel/WHM), Unmanaged Virtual Private Servers etc)

    You might try with blue to violet gradient, using a blue like the one you have at the top of the page in place of the green...It would look way better in my opinion
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    I like the website a lot. Great design.
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    The menu don't overlap for me in Firefox latest version. Whereas as I scroll down the text gets harder to read. Either you can dim the pink and purple background a bit and darken the color of the text and increase the text size by a point Else simple and nice design
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