View Full Version : Some advice, please.
Mar 17, 2006, 09:14 AM
I have just updated the "sign up" page for my website, but I am not sure if the design is any good.
Can some of you guys take a look and tell me what you think? Just go to http://www.adoptionvoyages.com and then click on the icon on the left that says "Click here to join."
I need to know if it makes sense to someone who didn't build it in the first place.
Mar 17, 2006, 09:21 AM
Ok, here are my critics:
Frames - they really don't add any funtionality to your site. They actually take away from it.
Buttons - For my tastes they are a bit on the large side.
Text - Light on Dark (black) really doesn't lend itselft to readability. Darker text is almost always better.
Good work overall though!
Mar 17, 2006, 11:45 AM
Thank you for your input.I am aware that some people do not like frames. I am trying to decide how to modify the page to where it will do what I want it to do without using the framesets, and at some point will likely redo the entire site without using them.
However, what I am asking right now is whether or not the information on the signup page is coherent. Does it make sense to the average surfer?
Mar 17, 2006, 12:46 PM
However, what I am asking right now is whether or not the information on the signup page is coherent. Does it make sense to the average surfer? Any thoughts?
Sorry about that it was early and i miss read. One thing i would say is find a way to break it up a bit. Like possibly have the actual sign up section be a click after and be its own page. That way the part where they fill in there info is clean and prominent. Personally i like it when form areas are seperate because i print out and keep records of such things.