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Old 02-21-2010, 01:11 AM
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I would like to request your critique of my various methods of advertisements.

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Old 02-21-2010, 02:18 AM
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I love the name Technical Technologies! I think the site looks pretty good but I would think on the front page of the website you'd want to put some way to contact you on there. I know you have a link that says "contact" but I would want a phone number front and center. Just my opinion though.
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I'd have a white outline around the text in your business card. (I like how you went for simplicity- customer's like that!)

Customers are always telling me how much they like my business card (I like designing my own stuff, like my logo as well)- feel free to take an idea from my card! *attached*


+ neat logo! (use it EVERYWHERE- get people familiar with it!)
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+ neat logo! (use it EVERYWHERE- get people familiar with it!)
Thanks! My cousin actually made it for me.,
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Thanks to everyone so far, I'm going to try and work a phone number in somewhere over the next few days.

Anyone else have any suggestions on what can be changed?
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Just looked at your site you are in Woodbridge...gee awful close to me...I do jobs there now.
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You have a type in your last sentence of your home page. You use the word "server" instead of "serve". (and we server the Northern Virginia area)
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Like the cool, low-key approach; it stands out from the cacophony. States your case without screaming.
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Put a few pics of a computer or something. You dont have to over do it. The logo should be bigger. The green on the business cards is great, you should try to bring that over to the site if you can. The site does look like something from the 1990's. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but perhaps making it more modern.

Again its just my opinion.

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Everything is clean, minimalist. In terms of accessibility, it's well-designed. My talents lie in web development, so I'll try to provide more input in that area.

I don't know how your form processing works on the server-side, but it appears to accept virtually anything that is submitted. If the data isn't scrubbed on the server-side, the site is begging to be defaced.

Some of the headings are very close to the border. Some container padding or element margins might improve the appearance. It might look cleaner if the paragraphs are justified rather than left-aligned. Overall, I think it's a good start.
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