Hi Guys, Just put up a website for my parent's business. I tried to take into account Local SEO practices and built on a conversion methodology with a lot of call to actions to hopefully make the site convert better. Let me know what you guys think (good and bad)! Thanks!
Haha, the cab yellow and black will always graphically work Nice looking page.
As for the critique, here are some details:
The sub text on this section is very thin on Chrome Mac:
40px of padding could be added here and here, for breathing:
The footer could benefit margins on the sides, it's a litle constraint... maybe you should put the content into a container:
Here again, 40px of added padding would be cool
Hope this makes sense good job
I've made all of your suggested changes, haha. Definitely more breathing room there. I will definitely apply this principle to other pages--thank you for the critiques!
Haha, great As we often say, you're not paying for all this white space!
On the 'prices' page I don't like the shadow or dark outer glow on the yellow text. You can tone that back and have it a lot more legible or just change the menu button color to black or white.
Really good start!
Here are some things to note though:
- Making someone click on a button to see a form gives less conversions than a form that is already showing on the page. Example: Airline websites.
- The hero and second rows have the same exact content showing in two different ways. Maybe remove the second row completely to keep things more simple.
- The hero row background with the taxi's are distracting from your main call-to-action
That was a bothering glow indeed, @Darian! I tried to work with the shadow settings but the shadowing simply didn't work with the yellow font color of the navlinks on some of the other pages. I resorted to a reduced opacity background overlays behind pages with dark picture backgrounds. Ended up putting an IX in too. Thank you!