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Can you roast my website, please 🙏

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    Nice site! I really like highlighting the dev & marketing points with colors.

    Here are my nitpicks:

    • I don't like the background color of your CTA buttons.
    • Personally, I dislike accordions when you can't have more than one happen at the same time.
    • Hovering over elements is usually tricky from an accessibility point of view.
    • Space between 14 and years :)
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      Thank you!
      What do you don't like about the CTA buttons?

      Good point on the hovering - I'll make an accordion there or something.

      Space added! Thank you :)

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        The button color is just not to my liking (but this is very subjective so take this a with a grain of salt). All in all, it looks pretty neat.

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          Thank you,
          I appreciate the feedback!

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    Cool site, maybe a little navigation would help understand more about your offers in more detail, for example using some data points and numbers, but otherwise a solid page!

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      Good idea, I'll add something soon! Thank you :)

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    This is the only type of Link post I don’t mind haha

    I’m a designer, so I usually focus on design feedback.

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    You’re using a ton of fonts. Simplify. No more than 3 total.

    Also marketers use “curly” quotes not "straight quotes" haha the leading (line-height) in the headline is too big

    Add space between 14years counter (or make it visible). The capitalization of the “Projects Supervised”, “Of Experience”, and “Personal approach” is inconsistent. The contrast between the purple background and black icons fails accessibility standards.

    Use only a single illustration style. Do not mix and match. Also, the cta button style can match the illustration style

    Never use large blocks of centered text.

    The text SELECT * FROM reviews; and var whyThis = 'it works'; is cute, I like it

    The “Transparent Offer” isn’t really usable. Use a better way to display that information

    Great job using real people and reviews, makes me take you seriously. Would love to see a couple case studies though

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    But hey, you’re all about SEO, not necessarily design haha

    Anyway, it sounds interesting. Is there a free consultation to learn more or ask questions? Do you specialize in digital products?

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      Thank you for your feedback!

      Also marketers use “curly” quotes not "straight quotes" haha the leading (line-height) in the headline is too big

      What do you mean about this?

      Use only a single illustration style. Do not mix and match. Also, the cta button style can match the illustration style

      Do you mean with a photo? Illustrations are from the same source.

      Never use large blocks of centered text.

      Will be gone soon! :)

      The “Transparent Offer” isn’t really usable. Use a better way to display that information

      Noted!

      Great job using real people and reviews, makes me take you seriously. Would love to see a couple case studies though

      Noted! I'll work on this :)

      Anyway, it sounds interesting. Is there a free consultation to learn more or ask questions? Do you specialize in digital products?

      Sure, just drop me a message on [email protected] - and we'll schedule a one-to-one :) I've worked with digital products A LOT, so yes, that's within my are of expertise :)

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        What do you mean about this?

        More on curly vs. straight quotes https://practicaltypography.com/straight-and-curly-quotes.html

        More on line height https://twitter.com/steveschoger/status/968519052800024577 and a game https://betterwebtype.com/triangle/

        Do you mean with a photo? Illustrations are from the same source.

        They may be from the same source, but the style is still different. The images/hero/leads-hero.png feels out of place because it’s an isometric illustration style while the other two are not

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        And cool, I’ve sent you an email to followup :) thanks!

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    Would be nice to see other offers instead of one. It forces the future customer into a box that may not need all the services. Perhaps consider offering a couple other packages or a la cart items. Flexibility goes a long way with picky clients.

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