MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPER CONSTRUCTION WEBSITE

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lgmfls
 
 
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MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPER CONSTRUCTION WEBSITE

Post by lgmfls » Fri Jan 07, 2022 10:32 pm

Hello all,

This is a website that I made for one of my businesses with WYSIWYG Web Builder 17.

https://scdchouston.com

I’ve been using the software for many years now, although I may only build one or two websites a year now, just for myself. When I first started using it, I built websites for other businesses, but that’s been over 8 years ago now. So while I update the software regularly, I haven’t always keep up with the latest techniques and tools that are all available with the program.

With that being said, I would love any comments or suggestions that anyone has. I expect to get a lot of what’s wrong with it, because I can tell you right now that I have not optimized or built it to be responsive and for mobile. I just had too much information to get onto the site, and the design process to build for responsive and mobile based on my current knowledge of the program, would have taken me two or three times as long to finish. And while building the website helps me to deliver the message, it’s the actual running of the company that takes up the majority of my time, and building the site is secondary.

So I’m also interested in finding someone from here that may want to work on the site along with me to help make it responsive and mobile friendly, as well as continue to improve, correct, add to and delete from the site as necessary. Here are some things that I know need working on for the site just to get started before you all give your other observations:

1) Making the site responsive and mobile friendly
2) Implementing all SEO strategies and filling out the information for each page
3) Optimizing images and/or videos
4) Proofreading and rewriting of some of the text (currently being outsourced)
5) Maybe changing some of the fonts

So while I’m aware of these, feel free to point out what you see with these or other areas. I’m open to all suggestions and critics as long as they are done nicely. :D And I’m of course willing to pay for anyone that wants to work on the project with me; and I have other website projects as well to work on.

Thanks sincerely for viewing and any comments you make in advance. My apologies to Pablo if anything I said here is a violation of any rules.

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Re: MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPER CONSTRUCTION WEBSITE

Post by pajadt » Tue Jan 11, 2022 4:15 pm

Hi lgmfls
The idea is quite good, with this site, the technique and use of layers is a bit problematic, because then it takes too much work and adjustments.
If we exclude the items you have already listed from the typography and so on, we could work on the design.
Some images are bad, I don't mean in qualitative terms, I think they are a bit out of date, the current trend, also the opinion is that you have to transfer all this to the layout grid, and in the flexbox to get the site easier to work with.
There is a lot of work on this site mostly about transferring Layer to a different technique. Some things are good, the footer type is interesting, the colors are OK, but that green might be a shade lighter, for compatibility with black.

You can contact me if you want us to continue the conversation, and suggest some design solutions

B R

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Re: MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPER CONSTRUCTION WEBSITE

Post by lgmfls » Tue Jan 11, 2022 8:44 pm

Hello pajadt,

Thank you so much for your time to view the website and make these great points. I really appreciate it.

I'm going to contact you to discuss more!

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Re: MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPER CONSTRUCTION WEBSITE

Post by lgmfls » Tue Jan 11, 2022 8:47 pm

pajadt wrote:
Tue Jan 11, 2022 4:15 pm
Hi lgmfls
The idea is quite good, with this site, the technique and use of layers is a bit problematic, because then it takes too much work and adjustments.
If we exclude the items you have already listed from the typography and so on, we could work on the design.
Some images are bad, I don't mean in qualitative terms, I think they are a bit out of date, the current trend, also the opinion is that you have to transfer all this to the layout grid, and in the flexbox to get the site easier to work with.
There is a lot of work on this site mostly about transferring Layer to a different technique. Some things are good, the footer type is interesting, the colors are OK, but that green might be a shade lighter, for compatibility with black.

You can contact me if you want us to continue the conversation, and suggest some design solutions

B R
I'm not sure how to message you directly on here, and when I click the contact button, it gave a website, but the site had no way to message you. I hope this is okay to do, but feel free to message me at localgeniusmarketing@gmail.com

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