I have a few critiques.
Its a little too perfect to me, maybe scale back on how beautiful your site is. that would help from a UX perspective because people wouldn't be so distracted by how good it looks.
thats it, i love it.
LOVE the two column scrolling.
Bloomberg does this too, but I think scrolls a little too fast because of the number of "Top News" items.
I have a few critiques :
- The left column is bigger so that is supposed to be more important, but the scrolling right column catches the eye and users will automatically look at that. I tried myself a few times and I completely glossed over the left column every single time.
It's a neat effect but I don't see how two-column scrolling is a good design choice.
- I love the simplicity of the website, but it still comes across as very heavy on a retina screen. I'm not sure why that is exactly. Either the big carousel on top or the two column scrolling makes the website feel sluggish on my device.
Other than that I think the design and brand are great. I really like this minimalistic, yet refined approach through animation and page transitions.
What? Based in the UK!? I expected a Toronto company!
But beautiful website. The only thing that irks me is the loading time. But maybe my internet sucks.
Why are you surprised that this is a European agency?
Toronto's nickname is The Six, not sure if he was thinking that but i certainly was
Ahhhhhhhh, that makes sense. Thought it was a response to the visual styling.
Yup that was it :)