I'm pretty happy with the design, but I'd definately appreciate your opinions.
What I'm really wondering about is the layout/size of the site (the entire site is fixed position), how it looks in different browsers and on different OS's, and if all the page elements line up correctly.
I'm testing it on a PC with Firefox and IE7, and on a Mac using IE. My Mac keeps crashing when I try to install firefox and safari, so I haven't seen how it looks in these browsers.
The top links (Kitchen & Bath, Indoor, Outdoor, and OEM) aren't working yet. And in Manufacturing, only 'FLB' is functioning - for the most part. The 'change language' and 'search' doesn't work either. Everything else should be working.
The overall design seems nicely laid out, and navigation clear. I wonder if you need I stronger effect on the mouseover of the script text on the front page.
Some of the pages have very dense blocks of text on them that I doubt anyone will read. I would try to break it up (more white space between the lines and spread over more pages).
Load time seems ok (I'm on a 12 Mb broadband mind), and looks ok in FireFox.
i'm using Firefox on a Mac. Layout looks fine to me and the design looks nice but it doesn't really stand out graphic wise. Nothing really "popped" out to me and grabbed my attention. Maybe the pictures shouldn't be so muted and toned down.
Also, on the Kitchen and Bath for example, the change language and search bar shifts to the left and ends up cutting under the foremost logo.
maybe the pictures of the rooms in the middle row can be sharper, as in the colours. like the cabinets can be redder and stuff. dont' mute it down. i think with the original pictures, with the colours richer, it will pop out more.
I think the rollover on the top-links is just about ok, it's suitable, but not too bad; on the homepage, the displacement of the rollover image doesn't quite fit in with the rest of the site (unless that's a bug!?)