Pretty slow to load on mobile, but that design is gorgeous.
big fan of the theme pages and custom services quote form.
not a big fan of the automated carousel with no indicators or controls and low contrast text.
I didn't see the carousel until I read this comment and went back to check.
Same, carousel setup feels unnecessary. Could accomplish the same by giving the background/text a short animation cycle alongside a consistent "Browse Themes" button.
This looks damn good.
You already have light, small text on a colored and potentially busy background — consider adding a fix for Safari's flicker-on-opacity-anim. bug. View bug: http://w.nkls.me/dKDE
While well-made, it's largely missing anything enticing. The background of the carousel grabs more attention than the carousel's contents. The theme-grid below is muted and unremarkable. And then where there is color, the large icons use derivative palettes without enough contrast to create focus.
The flickering is a Safari bug and doesn't occur in other browsers. I don't think there's a fix for it either.
I think the design is clean and presents the content well without having to shout, where you expecting something louder?
Not necessarily louder, but something with a differently weighted hierarchy.
As for the text bug, "transform: translateZ(0);" fixes it, but you have to modify font weight to compensate for then-lighter text. Occasionally setting subpixel rendering will fix as well.
Adding a transform to it changes the font rendering. Compensating by changing the font weight seems a bit drastic for a minor bug caused by the browser.
A minor bug affecting all already-difficult-to-read text on the webpage...