Web Site Review - Manitoba Harvest - updated


Question: Please give me your thoughts/criticisms/suggestions on this website:

http://tinyurl.com/2b7f4dn

Specifically the design, layout, navigability, and functionality.

Please list criticism, suggestions, and thoughts in your reply.  The previous posting received complaints about flash, but the site does not use any flash.

All criticism is welcome! Positive feedback also very much appreciated, we worked hard on this site!

Will divide points to the 5 most in-depth/detailed reviews. 100 points each!

Thanks!
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Corey HabbasSecurityCommented:
I liked the visual appeal of this website.  Your user interface and navigation was very well done.  The links above the products are very good because they sell teh user on the idea of why hemp-based foods are beneficial.  The store locator was also a very nice touch.  The newsletter is welll advertised and you have incorporated social networking links into the web interface.  

There were a few things I wanted to point out:

1) The red lettering up at the top looks too jarring.  It doesn;t feel like a benefit to the customer even though it is stating that they can get free shipping if they increase their order by 100.00  I would change that to look more benign, more beneficial and less red-letter.
2) As I drilled down into the products, I felt like I had to drill down to far in order to put it into my cart.  I wanted to be able to add it to my cart earlier.
3) prices are listed in Red.  Again, to accountants and or consumers, when you see a price in red, you think of debt.  From a marketing perpective, I would choose another color other than red to communicate prices.  You want to give consumers the feel that they won't "be in the red". and you certainly don't  want to remind them in any way of money leaving their pockets, even if they are buying from your online store!

All in all I was very impressed with the design and layout.  It is very A+ the usability.  

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WebTechCompanyAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the feedback!
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