Finally I get around to reviewing your dang site :rollseyes: You'll bear with me, won't ya?
Site reviewed by BC aka 'Mr. Nitpicky Reviewer of the Year'
Browser : MSIE 5.0
OS : Win95
Speed : Cable
Resolution : 1024x768
Disclaimer : this is only advice from a web designer's point of view. It's up to you as to whether to take it or not. However, I provide advice so as to improve the usability of a site so that visitors will come back time and again.
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1. First impressions : reasonably good. Simplistic, but I can see and get access to the info I need straight away. The links at the left, however are at size 1, which is hard to see if I'm on a Linux and/or Netscape box - up it to size 2 so that it's readable.
2. Different fonts on a single page - I can point out 3 different fonts and sizes. Stick to two fonts maximum and one size for consistency.
Hosting packages table is good. Reasonably easy to read and scan.
The Web Site Design page, however, looks very
amateurish and out of place of the site. A plain solid table a la the hosting packages page style would suit far better.
5. I suggest placing a link to the FAQ in the left nav bar - most people will have questions about the type of service you offer. Not all will have time to speak to you on HumanClick, etc.
You need to break down the glossary page into different sections e.g. A-F, G-M, etc. The page currently is just too long and takes far too long to load, despite being mainly text based.
Simplistic, but gets its message across and generally presents it well. Good job.