I am posting both the sites here as Both have a Similar Theme and Design Structure..Layout and Looks...I want the vistors to know that they are with the same company on both the sites...I have few more sites launching with the same looks before i launch them i need to get some reviews on what should i consider changing as i want all the sites to look similar.
1) These sites has been on this structure for a long time...and users are very happy with finding what they want easily...so i do not want to change the layout very much and make it look different.
2) I want it to look simple and point to point site...I do not want much graphics...
Hi i have checked your site. It's link not working.
I have also 2 sites one is http://www.lootbargain.com and another is http://www.purray.com both sites design and structure are same but the main thing is your website is user friendly or not and how to show menu navigation and structure which help to find website information in you site.
If you are looking for consistency in website design to make both websites look like they’re the same company, I would suggest using the same design elements such as the white outline around the light blue background color in "What is an LLC Operating Agreement?" box from http://ellcoperatingagreement.com/. Also, the size of the logo and header area are not the same. It would be nice if they were consistent as well. Other than that, it looks the same to me.
It does the job. Is it a great layout or a site that wows? No, but it isn't supposed to be. Is the concept ethical or enjoyable, no, so the site doesn't need to reflect that. Information is easy to find and it's that simple. So your 1st and 2nd point is valid bzforum.
The only simpler way, to approach it is to have a gender sensor, that would determine the gender of the user and advise them on whether they get 100% of the assets and cash with none of the debts, or have to lose everything and support someone else for life.
99 little bugs in the code, 99 bugs in the code, fix one bug, compile it again ... 101 little bugs in the code