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    Website Feedback :)

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    Talking Website Feedback :)
    Hello,

    Got version 1 of my website up, just so it is running atleast. Looking for feedback on making it better and improving it.

    I know there is alot that needs to be done to make it look more professional and corporate but not sure where to start lol.

    The website is: http://www.AdvanTechIT.com

    Any and all advice and critiques are welcome .

    Thank you in advance .

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    1) Why do you have Windows on Apple hardware?



    2) What the **** is that "Microsoft Security" logo?



    Other then that, not bad

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    It looks pretty professional to me! Wish I could get my website to look that good!!!

    - Nick
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    Is that stroke on type??? >_>" Cardinal sin. My eyes are bleeding.

    There isn't any reason why there should be a stroke on that white type.

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    Great Layout, looks very professional.
    "60% of the time it works, every time."
    - Brian Fantana

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unibody View Post
    1) Why do you have Windows on Apple hardware?



    2) What the **** is that "Microsoft Security" logo?



    Other then that, not bad
    That security badge is official. You can find the logo in the Microsoft security center in XP, vista, and Windows 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unibody View Post
    1) Why do you have Windows on Apple hardware?

    2) What the **** is that "Microsoft Security" logo?

    Other then that, not bad
    1. Well we use macs here at the office, but we are able to remote into both mac and windows computers from our computers. Thus the image on the right is from a windows computer, and we are viewing the screen from our mac computer which is on the left . Also all of our Macs have windows installed on it as well, so we can switch back and fourth via bootcamp or VMware.

    2. As for the microsoft security logo, we are Microsoft certified and deal mainly with business clients to help secure their networks, computers, and servers. We assist with setting up domains, firewalls, user profiles, and policies within the Server to make sure their network and computers are running securely using both microsoft and 3rd party applications.

    But yea, that badge came directly from Microsoft .

    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonRequiem View Post
    Is that stroke on type??? >_>" Cardinal sin. My eyes are bleeding.

    There isn't any reason why there should be a stroke on that white type.
    Can you explain what you are referring to? I'm not sure what your talking about lol. What type? Thanks .

    Also want to thank everyone to took the time to reply and those who will soon take the time to reply . It's very appreciated as I'm figuring out what to do with phase 2 of the website

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    BTW...did you use some sort of Website development software...or did you do it from "scratch"?

    Thanks,

    - Nick
    - Too many "beachballs", read this: Beachballs
    - Computer seems slower than it used to? Read this for some slow computer tips: Speedup
    - Almost full hard drive? Some solutions. Out of Space
    - Apple Battery Info. Battery

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    Quote Originally Posted by pigoo3 View Post
    BTW...did you use some sort of Website development software...or did you do it from "scratch"?

    Thanks,

    - Nick
    The website uses Joomla! content management system for the backend.

    But i used Adobe photoshop for the graphics, and Adobe Dreamweaver for making sure the content in the pages looked good.

    Joomla has a text editor built in though which can be enhanced from an extension which is what i did, but it also allows you to use html as well. I preferred doing it in Dreamweaver though because i like looking at the design screen while i code.

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    Very nice!...thanks for the info!

    - Nick
    - Too many "beachballs", read this: Beachballs
    - Computer seems slower than it used to? Read this for some slow computer tips: Speedup
    - Almost full hard drive? Some solutions. Out of Space
    - Apple Battery Info. Battery

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    Other than agreeing that Windows OS on mac hardware looks cheesy, the site looks pretty nice!

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    I know that badge is real, but "Microsoft Security" isn't a brand name

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    Thanks for all the replies guys. Going to be working on revising it this week. Have a great one.

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    Don't know if it's too late to add something...

    To me the layout looks a little messy. I like how there's 3 rectangles near the top, but underneath that nothing relates to it. It would look a whole lot nicer if the "Chat with Us" and "Services" column was the same width as "How it works". That way you'd be working with a 3 column grid.

    I recognise that that would make the column look unusually wide, but that's where a little inventive designing needs to come in.
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    I took a step back and looked at it from a different angle:
    - What is this web-site trying to tell me, what is the message
    - What is the audience you designed this for ( it's not for yourself ... right )
    - What are the objectives .... what are you trying to achieve.
    - Is all I need to know within 2 mouse clicks

    All of those points are clear I would say well done !
    It shows that you put some thinking behind this.

    Good Job & success.

    Cheers ... McBie
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