I have had a series of family misfortunes that have kept me away. I am back with a request for a prelim critique of my website. I know it is not complete, but here is the point of the site.
We are a reprographic firm, that has historically specialized in black and white reproduction of blueprints. Times are changing and we are investing in supply sales, and color graphic reproduction and fabrication. Focusing on large format color. For example, vehicle wraps, banners, etc...
Our old site is www.aerepro.com
The new site I am working on is http://aerepro.morphogine.net
I love the feel of the site, and our catalog will be HUGE with over 200 items that our current account base of 300 local clients hopefully will use. They currently call orders in either because they have leased equipment from us and are asking for supplies for the equipment, or they are asking for supplies to support their day-to-day business like ink, or toner, or paper.
The one thing that jumps out at me right now is the home page at the bottom; the call to action is weak.
Also, I am not a designer, but we can`t afford to hire one right now, so this is the best we can do for now. Any suggestions would be happily received.