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OK guys, c'on kill me ...

KURTZ

Well-known member
#1
folks, i need a strong, really strong, critique of my web site (i just planned to re-do it) ...

http://www.fniv.it

feel free to tell me everything what you think, thanks :)

note: vB4 needs to be changed ... asap :D
 

Sador

Well-known member
#3
All those blocks aren't really my thing and it gets really really annoying if you scroll around a bit.

Also, at pages there's like 50% text about the subject, the other 50% is taken by the 'partners, events' and so on blocks. That's really not a good way imo.
 

DSF

Well-known member
#5
A marketingrules says: "A customer has 8 seconds to understand your message" :)
That means: There a to many info's for a entrysite. Immo
 

Lawrence

Well-known member
#6
I like the color scheme, and the attention to detail. Especially using the green and red arrows surrounding the white menu text, it matches the text above. I would have used [ ] in place of the arrows to match your logo.

I think I would move the Partners and Services up above the Media player for further consistency in the look. :) This way, users are greeted with your services and news without needing to scroll down.
 

Forsaken

Well-known member
#9
I hate the use of flash in navigations, and its a huge usability nono.

Also, the site looked cluttered to me, though I only took a brief glance.
 

feldon30

Well-known member
#10
For navigation, I would do basic text buttons/links, and then use Javascript or CSS to animate them and provide options. Always make it possible to navigate your site if the rollovers don't work, and Flash is not available.
 
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Floris

Guest
#14
It's exactly how I wouldn't want a site to be, but in those cases it usually turns out those sites generate a lot of traffic and revenue. So I think yours will be a success.