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Re: I'd like a critique please
From Deb on 16 May '00
replying to Re: I'd like a critique please posted by Nigel Campbell

>If you are refering to the home page (the one with the news on it) you can get there from the core page (brain) by using the NEWS button... is this not clear? Or did you mean the initial animated intro?

I was referring to the first page you arrive at after the "expand" intro....I wouldn't think of it as
the news page so didn't realise that's how you return to it...

>Wow, glad you enjoyed it, may I use some of these comments on the Site (email not includedof course)?

Feel free, I'm happy to lend a hand in any way I can...:)

>Orange is my corporate colour.
>The peekaboo logo generally appears as orange on a white background, but I felt that I would reverse this for the site. the original site was white pages with orange logos, mostly I fancied a change, and there are not too many orange websites. My hope is that it's not because they are unreadable!

It is rather hard on ones eyes...and some folks (won't mention any
names as it's too close to home..:) are known to back right out of a site
when confronted with a background color that loud/flaming...

never did a survey myself so couldn't tell you how many potential customers you
might be losing because of it, only know all the so called 'experts' agree that black
text on a white background works best from a marketing standpoint...

Perhaps if you have demograpics from the first site you might compare hits and
see if you notice a marked difference, or track if people are leaving after the
first click-thru....just a thought...

Oh, and I think you should work in the concept of a "brain wave"...always
loved that connotation and your sites ideally suited to virtually expressing that
thought process! <grin>

Best of luck with your business,

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