It seems to have not saved my long winded comments from before so will try again.
I really enjoy this design, the color palette, the illustration, the simplicity and typography. However, in the end it feels to me to be too quaint and charming. Is this the home page of the website or just a page featuring a shipping calculator? Is that what will sell this company to potential clients? Is your business targeting start-ups that know very little about shipping product or large companies looking to maximize efficiency while minimizing costs? Is it B2C or B2B? It seems like you are consultants who will help companies move their commerce possibilities to the very ends of the earth and yet all you are doing is promoting a calculator. Will this calculator just say "Hey, it's gonna cost you money to ship to destination "X" or will it say "HEY! We can find you the BEST shipping options out there, you can't beat our service"?
Again, design is very nice but I think it falls short in promoting Expertise in Trade, Transportation and Internet Technologies.
Lo que me gusta del diseño más que todo son los colores. Creo que te lo mencionan por ahí y es que le falta un logo o una identificación que supongo que está en la parte donde dice Global Shipping Cost. Lo otro que veo que no me cuadra mucho es el espacio entre el texto de The best way to calculate your shipping cost free y el módulo de al lado donde dice global shipping calculator. Creo que queda un espacio vacío medio raro ahí. Más información en el footer le pondría sobre los términos y condiciones por ejemplo, info de la compañia.
Much much nicer than oryginal site. I feel like whole site is to high. You could work on removing unnecessary elements and text and maybe make form wider and work on its layout. I have a feeling whole page could be much tighter.
Also main meu with text links is in strange place.
Ambiguity of Registering vs Calculating the Cost instantly
The Site does not tell the user clearly what it wants - On the left side you have a very prominent register for free button, but you do not tell people what they would actually register for. On the right side there is the calculator, which seems to be your key feature. I think there is a great opportunity of combining the two into one, and since you allow the use of the calculator only 6 times without registering, anyone interested in using your service will register anyway
Small Screens have no visual clue
On small screens, Users will loose the visual clue the illustration gives them
I guess the idea is "you are about to move to another country," so calculate what it would cost first". At first glance, though, your text suggests that this is some sort of add-on to an eCommerce site -- just as Amazon or any site has a shipping calculator.