PTS DATA CENTER SOLUTIONS, INC.

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Hello, I just went live with the new http://www.ptsdcs.com site and it is geared towards data center design consulting. I wouldlike a critique of the copy of the site. Thanks. URL: http://www.ptsdcs.com

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I’m not a user experience guy per se but my quick pass impressions are:

1. All the gear at the top of the page would leave me thinking you sell hardware as your primary business

2. Typos in the copy (double comma in first para) and too much off it. Consolidate your message, and leave the heavy copy for an “about us” section

3. Page should not scroll – i.e. way too much data on page

4. Menu on left should be cascading; no need to show every option and make the page huge; show high level categories and then mouse over for drill down or drill down on another page

5. S in the logo is not crisp

6. Data center image needs polish; looks like a striaght Visio; need to spruce it up somehow and move it off the front page

Overall, a good start, looks like you have a lot to say, needs to be organized better.

Good luck with your business; North Jersey is a tough market these days . . . .

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  • Chazzyd
    I second all the previous comments, regarding consolidation of menues, and non-scrolling. I would also replace a lot of the hardware content with business case content. It costs money when business are down, and even more when they lose data. You need to let customers know you understand the business of helping save businesses. You understand the value of the data to businesses.. You don't want them to think that you're just a gearhead techy. Not only does it lack professional credibility, it also tells them that they can grind you down on price.
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