There are some good points made about the way in which the site reviewed positions itself and it's service, but calling it 'honestly one of the best examples of a personal website I’ve ever seen.' – that's a bit much.
Very pretentious, if you will.
Nick is great! Nice to see his site get attention.
I mean, it's a unique look for an agency. But it's the same exact longform marketing format that every online SEO consultant has used to advertise "DOUBLE YOUR AUDIENCE" for the better part of a decade, even down to the "content marketing" article and "FREE COURSE" below...
Oh - and look! They even sell consultation "packages" for clients to sign up for. Pretty sure I read about that in a "how to double your revenue" article online. Surprised there wasn't a pop-up newsletter opt-in when I tried to navigate away.
Again - it's nice to see different takes on this, and I'm sure it's effective at getting clients, but it reads like an SEO consultancy (to this guy, at least). No h8.
I'm sorry but this site is awful.
‘I’m sorry but this site is awful’ without explanation would be unacceptable in a design crit and it should be here too IMO.
First of all, I'm not a “design critic”. Second, in my opinion, this site is not aesthetically pleasant. The typesetting and the visual style is not matching. That box with almost no breathing room for the type is an example of why I believe this site is awful.
First of all, I'm not a “design critic”.
proceeds to critique the site design
Oh, ok. So I'm not allowed to critique someone’s work because my job title isn’t “Design critic”?
I’m so sorry, what I meant to say was like any Dribbble comment; what a beautiful, well thought site!