The first thing my eye went to was the top left hand corner, the images of you, then I noticed bad white fringing around your head/s, this made me think you didn't cut yourself out nicely, this making me think that the quality wasn't quite right.
The top menu has a drop shadow which suggests that the light source is above the web site, but your main big text has a drop shadow that suggests the light source is on the right.
Scrolling down there's just so much text that I feel a bit confused as to what to see/read first.
Hey @Bjarni, looking good! I think your structure and your content is solid. I really like how you have your phone number at the top of your folio pages and all related services cross referenced.
There's some tweaks I'd suggest to your content, but I'm not a copywriter or a SEO practitioner so I'll hold my tongue given you're going to get a professional to help you with that already. I would suggest having your years of experience consistent between your home page and about page. I found the 'Website and graphic design services' headline confusing - could it not just be 'services' or is that less useful from an SEO perspective? That services headline seems to turn up on your about and contact pages without any content, so you might also want to look at that.
Fixed the white fringe issue, and appreciate your attention to detail on that (in the past had left it there to give it some highlight).
The site was built with mobile first techniques and was a complete custom build so I did try and keep it light (except for when you hit the showacse area). In saying that I feel now that it is done it could easily be refined further . . . but for I wil let it run free for a bit.
With the shadow issue I had tried to have the light source for the type coming down from the top/right, yes doesnt match up perfectly with the menu drop down shadow but just had to let that be, not ideal.
When you scroll the site does become more busier, a touch of to much SEO sauce maybe : ) Though the white section is the main focus to direct people to where they need to go based on a survey I did a year or so back.
It does make me think if it is better just to keep focus or allow people to have a little wonder so to speak.
In general the site is getting less bounce rate, longer duration of staying on the site and more page views
Looking good, looks professional and something I think businesses would identify as a 'designers/web persons website'.
Personally I don't like the dark teal/blue/green colour in the header - that's just my opinion though.
I just had a quick look, the only suggestion I would make is that the 'Instinctively creative & thoughtful strategies with result orientated outcomes/Branding/Websites' content footer seems to blend with the content a bit, especially on the category page. I think it's the split down the middle lining up with the content.
Loving the super footer, it's like a bonus track on a cd.
The header is easily modified so can change colour scheme pretty easy for it. The teal is from the old website, later on will look at changing it, I’ve attached a grey version which I think I will go for so its not competing with the other colours on the site.
I know what your saying about the 'Instinctively creative & thoughtful strategies with result orientated outcomes/Branding/Websites' I have had the same thoughts and when I created the site that section is modular and I easily take it out of category and specific post pages. Might do that later on too.
Yeah the big footer is give or take, just experimenting with SEO here.
The tablet and mobile versions are perfect, but there is some troubles with desktop version, if the width of screen has bigger width than 1500px, it looks very different I mean , when I change the resolution to width 600px or 300 it looks like flat design, but if the resolution is bigger, it change to something completely different...
And also in desktop version the text in menu is too little.. I mean on resolutions like 1240 * ....
it will look OK, but on higher resolutions it looks like a different web site.
And also the button: read more about BJ2Design on mouse over, the text becomes unreadable
Otherwise it is nice and good job, just couple of details.