I would like a critique of this site please - especially on navigation.
I’m still not sure whether I’ve made it easy for users to see what products the company sells or to make their way around the site.
At present the home page has displays of the main products or product groups with links to the relevant pages.
The navbar on each page has a “Product List” anchor which scrolls to a list of individual products in the footer, and a “Site Map” button which goes to a page showing the company’s products, product groups and brands.
I’ve played around with other Foundry navigation stacks like Pip, Vertical Nav, Mini Nav all of which I like but so far have decided to keep it simple.
So, is this enough navigation? Can you have too many navigation options?
This is a B2B business selling to the types of companies shown on the home page. It doesn’t sell on-line. Sixty percent of visitors are on desktop, 30% on mobile and 10% on tablet.
I would really appreciate your comments