First of all, thanks everyone. I really appreciate all your feedback. I've replied to everyone individually below.
Pretty streamlined! I have no words other than amazing work!
The dropdowns are too big on mouseover on the images when clicking on portfolio link, site is a little slow in response, I did like how the mouseover tracked the mouse movement though
Response times should be better now as I've moved the site from shared hosting over to a VPS. I've also tweaked the nav a bit
Beautiful. Just really slow on loading. Do you do any caching?
I am doing some caching now, using APC and browser caching via W3 Total Cache. I'm also using CloudFlare as a CDN now, so hopefully that will help!
So you needed a loading animation for your gallery and had another tab open with google hangouts. Then you thought oh why not just copy that loading animation? xD
Are you just using google maps as background at the contact page or?
Make a add to skype button from the skype button and a mailto from the mail button on the contact page, now I have to retype those or copy paste them ^^
Hmm great inline css at the header Other then that some more inline css, jquery etc, good luck cleaning that.
One thing I like about the coding is for sure that you had put most of the js in the footer, makes the sites a lot faster.
Overall quite good!
Re: the Google hangouts animation, this is what came with the Wordpress theme. I may change it, but I have to admit it's kinda nice!
Yes the contact page is just using a map as a background, it's there for decoration.
The CSS in the header is an unfortunate by-product of the Wordpress theme I'm using
well it looks pretty crappy with noscript
looks great with scripting enabled, though it takes a long time to load.
And thanks Hopefully it should be quicker now I'm on a VPS, caching and using a CDN.
Nice use of the contrast theme and logo .
Fonts look awful on chrome on Windows 8 unfortunately (Chromes fault).
Yep that's the one, I never claimed I made the theme
Regarding the fonts, I've tried to optimise them by using Open Sans and a different font-weight. There's far less aliasing now!
It's good, but if you're going to use a theme (which there is of course nothing wrong with, as long as you don't claim you built it) it would be nice to customize it a bit more.
The order of content / colours / icons / backgrounds are all essentially the same as this page http://contrast.free...n.me/corporate/
I will be customising it a bit more in the future, but this already fits my needs quite well. I need to switch my focus to content. Then I will tweak the design further once I've populated it.
I really like it. The only problem, I have is the icons are way too big. Is that from a template or you made it from start.
The icons are from the template, but I'm looking at replacing these with some of my own icons/photos
The site looks awesome. What font did you use on that site? I want to try it out on a project I am working on.
Thanks! The headings are Raleway, and the content is Open Sans. Both are Google fonts