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From: Joseph Legris
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Subject: Re: Advice on upgraded Electronic products prototyping site
Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002 22:44:38 -0400
NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 12 Sep 2002 22:38:50 EDT
Organization: Bell Sympatico
John Larkin wrote:
> On Thu, 12 Sep 2002 17:29:20 -0700, "Tony Sherman"
> >We'd like your help. The Mountain Designs web site has just been redesigned.
> >We have just updated it to include new tools and training for novice
> >innovators to help them keep their initial costs low. The old site
> >generated great business, and I think these services are even more
> >competative and complete. I'm really keen on the site, and my problem is I
> >think that I'm "too involved" in the design to evaluate it objectively. If
> >some of you would look it over and give some solid input, it would be most
> >I suppose Myquestions are:
> >1. When you first arrived, was the subject clear?
> >2. Does it sound like a good idea? Does it motivate you?
> >3. What didn't you understand? What other info do you need?
> >4. Was it user-friendly? Could you navigate around the site easily?
> >5. Any recommendations on improving it to grab your attention even more?
> >Thank you in advance for your help. Please contact me directly with any
> >feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Opinion: it's absolutely unclear what it is that you do. And the
> oscillating 'highlights' thing is immensely annoying.
> The thing is lots of vague, meandering text. What *do* you do?
You're right about the text. It's smarmy too. Some people may like
quotations from Jesus Christ in business literature, but it makes my
I would like to see some specific examples of successful projects.
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