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Site versions

What if the site looked this good… without adding new features, just presenting the site in a completely different emmersive format might be popular….

Perhaps an idea would be to keep a central site very much similar to what it is – add a flash version ustilising the same data and material for those who want rich media… Then complete the mobile/text version to provide a mobile content version.



Craig enjoys producing usable and friendly sites that look great and function well. He often also experiments with workflow automation and owns and runs web-engineer.

3 Responses to “Site versions”

  • October 17, 2005 @ 12:46 pm
    Alun says:

    i think the quake site looks really cool but do we want to make our site that long to load as a lot of people are still on low bandwidth..
    also do we want the site looking that futuristic? maybe something revolving around music than the future?

  • October 18, 2005 @ 8:25 am
    Craig says:

    Flash may actually load much faster than that site, thats the only fault with the quake site is that it was poorly optomised. Even so i am not sugesting we replace the site with a flash version, i am saying that it may be a good idea to gived users an alternate way of browsing the site.

    Also I was not refering to the site design, more the execution of the design – obviously we would have soemthing theamed around the material, the quake site is mearly an example of how emmersive a flash site can be.

  • October 18, 2005 @ 9:35 am
    Alun says:

    then i think it is a good idea, but would it not be an idea say designing all this then waiting off launching it until we have a few new features on the website?