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  1. This is simple, but have you adjusted the focal point on all the images? That may help if the client doesn't want to try different images. Here's a quick guide: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205826028-Using-focal-points-to-center-images Great idea about the two banners, @tuanphan.
  2. Yes, you can do this using custom CSS. Rather than list all the steps here here, I'm sharing a link to another designer's tutorial on how to do this: https://www.maryphilip.com/the-blog/how-do-you-change-the-logo-on-a-single-page-squarespace (You can find similar tutorials online if for some reason that one doesn't work for you.) You'll obviously want to add the custom CSS to whichever page(s) you want the darker logo. Good luck!!! ☺️
  3. Is there anything in particular that you don't like? Squarespace doesn't offer a way to edit just the mobile version, but you can use custom CSS to make mobile edits.
  4. @sebastien Sure, feel free to email me at kate@warddesign.co and we can take it from there!
  5. @TrentNader Love the drone videography on the homepage - makes me want to move back to Southern California. πŸ™‚ A few quick tips: Consider working on your copy a bit - make it clearer why potential clients should choose you. Consider quotes from happy clients, especially if you're just starting out. Your "about me" section has lots of nice personal details, but it doesn't really SELL. Think about some slightly more exciting fonts, while keeping things clean and simple. In the future, think about adding a blog to keep ties with your clients and offer a bigger glimpse in
  6. @HariSingh Great start!! I'd consider making your banner page full screen - let your images speak for themselves with the text as an afterthought (whereas now your text commands more attention). Also, consider making "Contact" a button on your navigation to make it a stronger CTA.
  7. @Ohmyhappyworld Beautiful site, with such fresh and lively design! Perhaps consider elaborating on your banner text to make it more clear what you do. I'd also love to see a tie in between your business name (Oh My Happy World) and what you do as a realtor - you could have some fun with that!
  8. @whoiscooper Ooooooh your homepage banner is SO FUN! Love the image and animation effects. I think you're off to a great start. There's this great air of mystery when you first arrive on the website - I'd love to see you continue that theme and make sure that at every turn, the website entertains as much as it informs. A couple quick ideas: Simplify the header navigation - try combining some sections. Under "Master Mentalist," consider a collection of quotes - you have so many good ones and they would be impactful en masse. Try the subtitles in sentence case, not
  9. @Zambo107 I love the clean, simple design and bright illustrations! While I appreciate simplicity and am usually trying to get clients to cut down on text, I think you need to expand on your content/descriptions. I would also consider making the buttons just a tad bigger, and maybe using some custom CSS to make them a little more animated.
  10. Great job @LindsayMac, and congrats on breaking into a new industry! πŸ™‚ Overall I think you have a good, clean design going with a strong CTA. One quick suggestion is to try a different banner image - this may be just my personal opinion but it doesn't necessarily "grab me." But maybe that's just me!
  11. Great site, @tailor1, and wonderful to see a fellow member from Philly on these boards! πŸ™‚ What would be your goals in improving your site? Setting up appointments with new clients? Upselling existing clients? Online sales? Whenever I work with a client on refreshing their website, I like to start by discussing their overall business goals before we work on the website design. That being said, some of the easiest ways to update a website are new fonts and photos. I also recommend monitoring your SEO to make sure you are staying on top of things. Good luck!
  12. @sebastien You have beautiful photos on your website! One quick suggestion is to include a stronger "call to action" on the homepage. What is it you want visitors to do - find a property, list a property? You want to have a clear button that encourages visitors to explore your website.
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