|Hello, HelpfulJackIsNotBored speaks here||Budapest: 2017-08-17 11:33|
|Buenos Aires: 2017-08-17 06:33|
Praha: 2017-08-17 11:33
In the case you were wondering what is the problem with the previous website - your questions shall be answered, to provide some constructive criticism too.
Main problem: the website forces the visitor to make x>=4 clicks before letting to the actual content. Countless studies have already revealed in the last many years, that visitors have _very_ limited eagerness and tolerance to do so. Four clicks are way more than acceptable; the crystal ball says, you'll be presented even more while browsing. Furthermore the dimmed background takes away the focus from the content and makes the eyes forced to wander on the already unwanted pop ups.
What makes this more problematic business-wise, when visitors know the competitors' website, where they can view the content after one, maybe two clicks.
Thirdly, as a minor observation. This company is a known brand in Hungary, but let's assume that the visitor doesn't know them. TheSzeretnél értesülni...window offers some notification feature (by popup? by email?) where one can register. John Doe doesn't know the brand, just found the website to look up some electronics. What are the chances that he will immediately want to receive updates, info on discounts?