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haydn!

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Nov 10, 2008
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It's not bad.

A few things I would look at though...

Try using iPhone 4/4S for you mock ups...they tend to look smarter than the 3G.

Also, I would try and format you content layout a little better. With it all being centrally aligned in one long list, it doesn't look as interesting as it could.

But overall, quite nice :)
 
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bertybottom

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Jan 6, 2009
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Thanks for your feedback -- I have taken both your suggestions on board and are changing the things now.


Thanks again!


Max Price
 
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jwm2

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Jan 5, 2012
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Personally i'd remove the grey background behind the phone, it will make the phone stand out more.
 
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thinkpatience

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Jun 28, 2009
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It's not designed well, but I guess works.
Why is the e-Mail address not a link?

Maybe instead of putting random iTunes usernames as your testimonials, just use your itunes rating. As they are now, they come across a bit contrived.
 
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maflynn

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May 3, 2009
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I can't put my finger on it, but the white space and the gray boxes make it kind of bland. There's no punch or anything visually to draw me in. It looks unfinished in the sense that there's really no visual elements.

The bottom gray rectangle almost looks like the page got cut off and I need to scroll down more to see the rest.
 
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Benchtech

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Jan 6, 2012
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Probably being over critical, but I would reccomending having the link as the whole button instead of just the text in it. I clicked just the button a few times and some users may dislike this.

Hope this helps,
Ben.

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Oh, and I would also reccomend putting a favicon onto your server.
 
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ipodguru22

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Aug 14, 2009
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In the about section, you use both "we" and "I". sounds a bit weird when reading it. Also, for your contact page you should implement a contact form. a good one to use thats pretty simple is formtoemail. its a good PHP contact form that I've used in a few sites I've built for people.
 
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bluemonkeyguy

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Sep 7, 2010
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Have you tried looking at other website creating software such as the native Hype HTML5 creator.
 
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