There's some sharp looking parts.
I didn't see the graininess in the "A" but the rest of the logo has that look.
The scrolling is kind of cool. It did take a bit to load though.
The gray image behind the first non-white bar looks good but makes that font tough to read.
The prices under the Services seem cut off. Is that $50 per service or per hour or something else?
The images at the bottom look like they were images that were stretched out of proportion giving them a bit of a funhouse look. The image quality is fine, but I would resize them so that they are in their original proportions. The right two images didn't load at all.
The only of the Twitter/Email, etc links that work is the email for Madeline but it emails to Anthony. When you click it though, you get a 404 error. A few thoughts here
- Use a custom 404 error. As an example, check this one
out. He does a nice job. It's not threatening or making them feel dumb for getting to the wrong place. It just suggests places back into the site to look. That way, you lose less traffic to a 404 problem.
- Your email links should look like <a href="mailto:[email protected]
">text</a>. That will generate an email to the desired recipient. You can also do a standard subject too.
The "connect" link goes to LogMeIn. Is that what you wanted? Seems like it would take you to a contact me page or down to the contact section at the bottom of the page. Oh, I see, it's a connect option, not contact. Okay, so one user didn't understand that. I'd recommend that goes to an entry page and then tells me what to do and why.
I like the DIY concept and gives you good resources for customers that doesn't cost them anything. My wife still uses resources on the page for a pediatrician we left years ago. Keeps you top of mind and good SEO if you can get folks there. I might have a link to that handy page at the front. However, personally, I think the giant "DIY" is obnoxious. I recommend shrinking the font and then letting people know that you're there to help with resources for common problems.
One last comment, don't let it hurt to lose me. Be proud you helped me. If you lose me, I may not come back. You want a relationship. I like the solving idea, but no need to lose me.
Hope that helps.