What’s that?? I see no content at all!
Especially since you’re only going for the fading effect there, which doesn’t add anything substantial at all. And if
you really desperately want this effect there then at least provide something
for people that don’t have JS available for whatever reason like, for example, the first slide (and there are
people that browse without JS, even if it’s just to get rid of annoying ads or trackers).
Then, if you really want to make a professional impression get rid of Comic Sans and never use it again – ever!
Also, I think that the header looks a little outdated with those bold drop shadows/glows. Something a little more subtle would be better, which, in my personal opinion, also counts for the color scheme but I understand that this can be a matter of personal taste.
Also, refrain from using stock photos with smiling service employees if they aren’t really employed at your company. I can’t see this crap anymore and find it totally non-authentic if it’s just a plain stock photo with an artificial smile (and I’m sure I’m not the only one). I can’t believe that people are actually falling for that. Most of the time you can recognize the difference between a real photo of a real service employee that’s working at the respective company and a stock photo. And if you don’t have any dedicated customer service then don’t use a photo of such a person. Just don’t use anything. With a good use of screen space your page won’t look empty even without any image.
That’s all for now. I’m gonna wait for a reaction from you to see if you’re actually looking for critisicm or just wanted to promote your website by putting a link here.
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