Hey designer fags. A few months ago I asked you to critique my new website and logo.
Well now it's launched. Constructive opinions welcome!!!!! www.swytchvaping.co.uk
I'd recommend you using a CSS Sprite file for all the little images in there. The website took a fairly long time to load on my PC.
The logo appears cropped when I change my window size, so try to reduce its size.
The top area (that one that slides down when I scroll through the website) is way too large and covers almost half of my screen. Also, since I'm on a netbook, the sub-menu under the green bar looks broken (pic related).
I really like the logo, but the "wyt" part on "swytch" is strange, because the other letters are spaced, except for those. I'd fix the kerning of the entire thing a little bit.
I'd try to remove some content, since it feels too cluttered and chaotic despite being well organized. Try to leave more white space between sections.
I thought the footer section was only that green bar on the bottom, but apparently it also includes the columns above. Since the background is white, I suggest you changing it to a different color, perhaps a dark gray to have contrast. That way, the user can tell he's not reading the main content anymore.
Hope i could help you with my critique, anon. It's a nice website overall, although I'm not a big fan of scanlines or that green color, but I guess that's just a matter of preference. If I see anything else I think could be improved, I will let you know.
PS: Please change the ".absolute footer" area. That black text with a white shadow doesn't look very good. Perhaps change the shadow opacity or remove it altogether?
Here's what the website looks like with my window resized. A second scrollbars appears.Weird. Never seen anything like that before.
Sorry, still me. I meant to type more.
I'm on mobile, so I can't really inspect too much on your site.
What I'd reccomend is that you switch those "Learn More' and "Close this" buttons. Put them in a div so they will end up below the main text, give that div a bit of a margin-top, and float them to opposite sides.
It should look better.