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  1. 1. Nice minimal look and feel, very suitable for the sort of product you are selling 2. It's a shame (on desktop) that you don't get to see the products without scrolling. 3. Blog section is a little short on content. The article itself is hard to read with text centred. Consider how you want to speak to your customers. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't talk to them with a list of bullet points 🙂 4. In the shop section, there's not much point in displaying items that are 'sold out' towards the top of the list (if at all). People can't buy them! Consider removing them or having the ability to be notified when they are back in stock.
  2. Overall the site looks great, to me anyway. A few comments: 1. Consider placing your contact details more prominently. After all, you want people to call you, and Google to know your phone number! 2. I like your strapline - "PLAYFUL PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY WITH A PURPOSE." However I have to scroll to see it (on desktop), and the first image isn't completely clear that you are a product photography business. Consider the order of your images and placement of the strapline so that it's clear what you do within 3-5 seconds, and no effort from the user. 3. The scrolling home page is a bit exhausting to work through with lots of different content, and lots of images at various sizes (which feels messy). Consider providing links higher up the page so that people can dig in to the areas they want to find out about, with separate pages for process, locations, services etc. 4. It looks like you're missing a photo for Ryan in your team https://labelvisuals.com/team (or you are identical twins!?) 5. The idea of having a blog on the site is a good one, however I'm not convinced your first article is 'on strategy'. If you want clients to come to you to have their photography done, you don't want them to be buying their own kit to do it themselves. Think carefully about the advice you give to clients, or where clients go wrong with their briefs to you, and make those topics the core of your blog. 6. On your 'work' pages, don't just show the photography. Also tell the story of the problem you were solving for the brand, how you approached the challenge and how the photography meets the brief. Don't assume the photography works on its own. Hope that's useful 🙂 DJ
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