Hi @craig.lunney, thank you for your appreciation.
Of course, the code is there.
I think designing a website can go a long way in making it appealing, whatever the subject of the page. It can be a bit tedious, but also very rewarding in my opinion. I’m still learning myself, but along the way, I’ve discovered some resources that have proven to be very helpful.
For instance, I think the text in your survey form could be hard to read; I’ve tried to run a contrast checker on the colors you used, and they didn’t pass the tests. Maybe swapping the blue with the light-blue would help.
On the same subject, I really enjoyed the Applied Visual Design lessons about complementary and tertiary colors. There are a lot of color-scheme design tools on the web that can help you choose a well-thought and enjoyable combination of colors. I’m using Paletton at the moment. On Colorpedia, you can also find information about color theory, color perception, color psychology, and more.
One last thing that I’ve found very helpful is an article about Rem and Em best practices, which gave me a better understanding of the role of absolute and relative measure units in designing websites.