And if you don’t know us, you aren’t quite sure if our UX Review is something you can trust us with.

So let’s fix that…

Why don’t you invest £75/$100 in a 45min focussed Zoom session where we can:

  • Review the UX of your website homepage
  • Discuss any of your of your website worries
  • Offer our suggestions and ideas

We’ll give you our full, expert, and impartial advice so you can walk away happy that your homepage has been scrutinized, and your ideas have been validated. Hopefully, we’ll also give you a few more possibilities to consider as well.

Best of all, the Zoom session will be recorded so you can review it back at your leisure.

What is included in the UX Review?

UX review is designed to assess the quality of the user experience on your website. It also focuses on actionable recommendations.

Typically, during your User Experience Review Session we will usually discuss:

  • Any potential worries you have about your homepage
  • Design inconsistencies – colours, fonts, etc.
  • Usability and accessibility
  • Branding and wording you use
  • What your website goals are and if your design helps achieve those goals

You’ll finish the session with lots of actionable notes and a recorded session you can always rewatch.

All you need to do is book the session below and we will contact you to arrange a convenient time for the session.

As a bonus, if later on, we decide to work together, we’ll refund the session fee.

Homepage UX Review

£75 (+VAT)

Homepage UX Review


What are most common UX issues on websites?

User Experience covers a wide range of users’ interactions with websites, but quite often UX issues can be grouped into a few main categories.

  • Layout shift covers any changes to website layout that happen during page load time.
    They result in high user frustration as users try to interact with elements that then shift their position.
  • Broken links – as new pages are created and old pages get removed, we sometimes forget to update outdated links. It is important to remember to always review links used on the website – user that lands on a 404 Page won’t always stay on the website.
  • Incorrect colours and fonts – using too many colours or different fonts might make it difficult for users to read your content. It’s also crucial to follow brand colours on your website as they help with user trust.
  • Mobile issues, usually on older websites. Web used to be focused on desktop users, but as most web users now have mobile devices, it’s important to ensure they can use your website.

To review those, and more issues, make sure to book a 45 Minute UX Homepage Review!

Speak to you soon!

Joel (& all the team at Glass Mountains*).

(*The Zoom Session will be hosted by Glass Mountains founder Joel Hughes.)

Glass Mountains are incredibly thoughtful and thorough. They think through problems and solutions in a ways that adds a ton of value at every level. They’re not just about making sites, they’re about making your business better.

Joel’s Glass Mountains team has been amazing. I’m able to sleep better at night knowing that the websites are always being taken care of and that any problem, if it arises, will be fixed immediately. They take full ownership of everything they do, and I don’t know what I’d do without them.