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This web site appears quite simple yet very effective to its purpose. It conveys the personality of the designers, husband and wife from Fort Lauderdale, and their humble, but honest and outwardly character.

The layout will make most visitors feel comfortable with the visual aspect of design, especially when it comes to hues that dominate the pages, as they are not hard on the eyes and represent the theme at hand — classic wooden furniture. You will feel as if you are in the right place if you are looking to get yourself some classic, custom-made furniture or to refinish your own. The message in the home page contributes to that feeling. I love especially the contemporary furniture in fort lauderdale page.

Even though such style becomes this site nicely, a change of the fonts to some of the more classic-appearing would be a small but pleasant addition to feel of the site. There are minimum graphics and no animations so all pages load fast. For a site of this category that is quite laudable. The colors on the images get along with the colors of the pages and seem natural. Slide of the images on home page is an expected and welcome addition and it could be expanded a little bit more, enriched by a couple more images of representable work.

The site is easy to navigate due to the links to the pages being ever visible on the top of the page but are also accessible on the bottom of the page along with most recent posts, appropriated by related images and a contact section with a quick way to get in touch via integrated text-box. You are not overwhelmed by information, and that is a plus. The text in the “About” section provides some background in a concise and effective manner with addition of founding couple’s photo that complements the sense of proximity and warmth. It seems friendly and trustworthy.

As you will see from the description of their services in the small introduction just under the images slideshow — Redux Design provide their customers with two kinds of services—custom finishing & refinished furniture. You can try and access by clicking on top of the page in case you are looking for more information.

When you click “Custom Finishing” you get the comments section with some images of customers’ finished furniture but not any information about how it is done or what separates them from the other designers. Comments section is welcomed but it could have been cut short or made into taking less space through the change off arrangement between the images and the comments.

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Robert Gombos

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