Once again, your comments please (JLP Law website)

I previously requested for comments on the proposed changes to the JLP Law website (allow me to reiterate my appreciation to those who gave their constructive criticisms, mostly in private). Partly as a result of these comments, the “new” format underwent further revisions. Still, before the website is finalized, may I again ask for comments:

Existing JLP Law site

Proposed JLP Law site (revision ongoing)

Thank you.

5 comments

  1. Hey Atty!

    I like the site design, it’s much better than the old site.

    Honestly though, the green background you’re using as backdrop clashes with the dark maroon of your main color. I recommend that you use either white, off-white or perhaps a light shade of mahogany.

  2. The proposed new site is definitely way better than the current. 🙂

    With due respect, however, let me say something:
    1) When you point your mouse over the buttons, i.e. the firm, members, clients, etc., the mouse-over image shows some “corner” colored “dark-gray(?)”. I think it will be corrected with a “maroon” corner instead so that it would appear seamless.

    2) One of the few “must haves” of websites is consistency. I believe so. Thus, I think the “services”, “clients” and “the firm” pages are not “consistent” with the rest – it doesn’t contain 2 columns.. I mean why is there no box at the left side – unlike the rest – like in the main welcome/home page? It is my opinion that the pages look better with the left box or if it has 2 columns so that the paragrapsh/contents wouldn’t be that long (horizontally).

    Overall: It’s one of the best among Pinoy law firm sites. 🙂 I wish law firms would be professional as in the real life as in the internet. 😀 JLP-LAW definitely has taken the lead!

    Rock on!

  3. Macka, thank you very much for the inputs (and the kind words =) How’s the waiting game? =)

    chriscel, (while your concern is off-topic) it’s An act amending the provisions of Presidential Decree No. 1866, as amended, entitled “Codifying the Laws on Illegal/Unlawful Possession, Manufacture, Dealing in, Acquisition or Disposition of Firearms, Ammunition or Explosives or Instruments Used in the Manufacture of Firearms, Ammunition or Explosives, and Imposing Stiffer Penalties for Certain Violations thereof, and for Relevant Purposes.” May I suggest that you read this post for online law research:
    http://jlp-law.com/blog/internet-online-legal-research/

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