Yeah, definitely easy to navigate. I love the tiny little squares along the top left hand side, which allow you to get around the site painlessly.
On the Ros Kavanagh site, I think, something like the little squares in the FKL site, would be easier to navigate - these huge drop down menus, and shere quantity of good images etc, does get a small bit tiring. Nonetheless an excelent database of graphic and photographic content displayed there. And that is the problem right there.
For some reason, I feel like I am at what should be a photographic database of the Irish Institute of architects. I.e. the site doesn't feel like it is the front-end presentation piece of a single individual - but of a huge organisation.
I feel that in general, in the architectural profession in this country, that all too frequently the pressure seems to be, to present yourself to the whole world as a huge massive corporation of designing uber-power, whereas your practice might only be a couple of hairy-arsed guys trying to do a job in a small office somewhere.
I.e. Don't fall into that trap of 'inflating' youself out of all proportion. My favourite example, is one particular architect I worked for, and who had a terrible attitude to teamwork - but when on the telephone to his client, he would constantly refer to 'we' will do this, 'we' can do that, which I suppose sounded more impressive to the client. But to be honest, the guy had such an attitude, he couldn't work with any 'we' anything - if he was honest to his client, he could have just say 'I' will see what 'I' can do for you.
So don't allow your site to say 'we' this and 'we' that - try more to just say, [b] 'who I am' . And be content to say that, and run with it from there. Just my opinion. I mean, FKL are quite a nice size of practice, handling a lot of good jobs etc, - they could drown you out with images and so forth - but yet their web site, makes you feel it projects less an image of a corporation, and more an image of a very personalised, special service to an individual client. Not like, 'we' this, 'we' that.