Jan White wrote:
Scott Foster wrote:two of the flowers have dead bumbles on them. Frost I think but very strange. I though Bumbles nested at night?
They'll often hang out on flowers overnight so they have a food source first thing in the morning. Are you sure they're dead? Might just be waiting for the sun to warm them up enough to get going.
Tereza Okava wrote:I'm a fiber nut and all i can say is WHOA NELLY.
Beautiful stuff, gorgeous wood. Very, very nice. Prices seem reasonable, everything I clicked on worked (and thank you for not blocking me for being outside the US, which is getting more and more frequent lately).
Putting my editor hat on, there were a few things that catch the attention of a pedant:
Military clutch back fastener
I didn't see another thing. Like your backstory page as well. And hello Lafayette!! I graduated from HS a wee bit over in Blairstown, many many many years ago.
Mike Jay wrote:Hi Scott, nice website and beautiful products! I'm knot a knitter so I don't have any product suggestions.
Regarding the website, I'm not sure if this is a common thought, but I don't like sites that require a bunch of scrolling to figure out what they are doing or selling. Maybe it's a compromise to work with mobile views or the kids these days...
For me, the top of the page is good, the initial ram head picture is pretty but kind of big. All the photography is awesome by the way.
If I were redesigning it from scratch (you're not and I'm not a web developer), I'd:
Keep the top line as is and add a spot for "See all Maker37 products". That could take you to the same place as when you hit the Shop button on the ram picture.
Then the only other thing on the page would be an origin story or what the company is all about. At the bottom could be the contact us, we're hiring, wanna sell stuff through us, etc buttons.
So when you land on the site, everything is on your monitor. One click to shop for everything or use the drop downs to get to a specific item faster.
Just my two cents. Good luck!