Hi Cindy :-)
I liked the site, pretty much, although the white text on blue
background is hard for me to read. (I thought you said, "When was the
last time you pooped in a movie...") then realized, hey...that can`t be
right! "Popped!" Ah...makes more sense.
What bothers me mostly is that there`s a lot of content and text, like
an informational Web site, where this is a service site. I like that
you have tabs for your services, and another for your rates, but
they`re not all that clean and easy to read.
Think of a menu, when you go to a nice restaurant. Regardless of the
layout and pictures, the specific food item is highlighted either with
bolding, a different color, or a large font. Then the price for that
item is immediately near by, easily related to that particular item.
Reading the menu, you instantly know the name of the item, and how much
it costs. Then below the heading, you can read a bit of description.
Along the sides are enticing images of various meals, and some of the
a-la-carte items, or maybe non-regular items like desserts or
Personally, I think a service oriented Web site ought to have that
similar ease of operation, navigation, and visibility. So, following
that assumption, you likely could cut back on some of your content,
make it more direct, and use headings and colors to better highlight
what it is you`re offering. My opinion, of course, but all in all it`s
a nice site.
Oh, and I see the problem too with the Home tab always green, and
whatever tab I`m actually using not changing colors. That`s a problem,
as it confuses me regarding which page I`m actually viewing.