The transition from your main page to the "shop" doesn't seem to be that seemless. It feels like it's taking me someplace else.
It could just be me, though.
It seems as though the shop could look more like your main page or your main page more like the shop. One or the other. I hope you know what I mean.
I've been trying to deal with cubecart myself over the last week. I've taken a look at their site and some of the sites that are up that are using cubecart. Trying to give it your own look and feel can be chore!
I think you have a lot of text on the homepage that could be used for product images. It's not instantly clear (at a glance) what you do, or that there are products for sale.
You should put some product images on the main page that link to the pages in your shopping cart where you can but them.
To make it more seamless, you might want to remove some of the outside borders in the cubecart pages and maybe remove the third column on the right and move those elements (shopping cart, popular products, newsletter, free shipping, etc) to the left hand column.
The blue borders around the boxes could be changed to one of the existing colors in the site layout as well.
Yeah, the shopping layout would totally work as your homepage (and I agree with the no-borders sentiment of our fearless leader - that makes for a more elegant feel). I like the subtle polka dot background. Is there a FAQ sometwhere? Nice designs. I'll be ordering a Bio-Hazard for my little screamer.
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