Is my site User Friendly?

My site i think is easy to navigate on and quite self explanatory. I have had some customers that were confused about how certain things worked, what do you guys think? The home part of the website is worse i know but thats not our main focus right now. automotive is what really needs to be good

I think it’s fine, and a good looking site too.

thanks! i tried to make it as idiot proof as possible lol

I visited your site having no idea who you are or what you do.

Within seconds, I had both of those questions answered just by following the text to which my eyes were naturally driven. In other words, I didn’t have to look for the answers. They were given to me right away.

So yes, you did a good job. Well done.

i would have added a top nav in addition to the two buttons ou ahve on the hmepage.

would also make those icons clickable, and add a link to your intro text.

i would have added a top nav in addition to the two buttons ou ahve on the hmepage.

would also make those icons clickable, and add a link to your intro text.

this. its really rad looking though, so good work on that!

i would have added a top nav in addition to the two buttons ou ahve on the hmepage.

would also make those icons clickable, and add a link to your intro text.

i dont understand exactly what you mean by 2 buttons.

also what does this mean "would also make those icons clickable"

i dont understand exactly what you mean by 2 buttons.

also what does this mean "would also make those icons clickable"

icons I am thinking he means the car and house

and depending on what screen size you are using

I am on a 15 inch wide laptop with the resolution at 1280X800 and your green your ride and green your home buttons are below the fold and you have to scroll to get to them

and I am thinking those are the two buttons he is talking about and having them at the top too

video suggestions?

i wouldve made it white instead of black but thats just me =/

i think white background sites are so boring

I’m a fan of high-contrast background-foreground designs. So you get a page background that’s dark, with light content areas, no gradients.

The armchair-psychologist reason for it being that it’s a very direct communication to the viewer: don’t worry about that big empty space over there, just keep your eyeballs gazing in this little confined area.

Something sorta like this:

You can still achieve the same effect with light on light designs, but like you said, it’s often "boring."

Like this:

I’m a fan of high-contrast background-foreground designs. So you get a page background that’s dark, with light content areas, no gradients.

The armchair-psychologist reason for it being that it’s a very direct communication to the viewer: don’t worry about that big empty space over there, just keep your eyeballs gazing in this little confined area.

Something sorta like this:

You can still achieve the same effect with light on light designs, but like you said, it’s often "boring."

Like this:

both are nice, the second is better than a solid white though, yes it is a little boring, but not bad as just white with images

yeah or a lot of blogs, or even e-commerce sites, white gets boring

Green and black goes well, great colors! All the links and buttons look pro, very nice site.

Thanks for all the positive feedback!