Online pitch deck for advertising/marketing agency. Is there a clear understanding of what we do, is the site interesting, does it feel different than the other sites, does it make you want to work with us? How can it be improved? Open to any suggestions or input. Thank you for your time.
You have a pretty good starting block here. It could use a little bit of extra coding and tweaking, but the design isn't too bad. If I were you, I'd try to liven up the place where the main text is. Try playing with different fonts and typography. I also don't really like the red background. When using bold colors such as red I typically like to make it a "soft" looking red or a deeper, darker red. Anything in-between isn't very attractive in my opinion.
Sometimes shades of red, green and blue don't complement each other.
If the user can no longer move to the right, the right hand arrow should no longer be visible.
The logo is quite large and doesn't need to take as much real estate. This also takes away from the heading of the section which is the real information that users should be able to notice right away but the color of the titles blend into the logo.
Way too much red and the tone absolutely hurts my eyes to look at it. I would use the red more of an accent rather a primary. If you want to attract more high end clients, a softer background will be needed.
Where is it and then what?
I can see users instantly confused about the location of the navigation system since it is almost hidden. This should be highlighted as to where exactly it is. Then after opening the navigation, the links are really bold white on a dark background and then compacted on top of one another.
The content doesn't draw my eye or my attention. Without giving a purpose or draw to users to read your text, they will leave quickly.
Overall I would have to say that this site looks as though is was thrown together quickly without much forethought as to it's purpose or direction. The colors are quite bright that make up most of the design and take away from the user experience. One page designs are usually not the best route to take when it comes to a user friendly website even though they are more popular than ever. My professional advice would be to stay away from it all together. The second biggest issue is the lack of text to tell me more about what it is you exactly do and coloring a few words here and there on each page will not entice. Especially if those colored words have drop shadows, opps, they do.......