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PLAVEB – New Website

  • # December 16, 2009 at 5:29 am

    Dear All,

    PLAVEB has recently launched a new website with a 100% professional look.

    Kindly have a look at our website and share your views on it.

    Our website is : http://www.plaveb.com/

    # December 16, 2009 at 11:20 am

    Overall, I really like it.
    I love the extensive use of JQuery. It’s very impressive.

    Here are my thoughts:

    I think there might be too much going on on the home page though. All the sliders are cool, but there is sooo much information on the home page, I don’t even want to read it.

    The portfolio pages (http://www.plaveb.com/work#website-marketing/) are pretty awesome, but not very user friendly. It took me a while to figure out how to go left and right…. Maybe you should have have barely visible arrows visible on default.

    The image for "rich web applications" on the home page doesn’t make any sense – at least for a business owner IMHO.

    Also this page: http://www.plaveb.com/work#web-applicat … /lugnutnet (when I select one design to view) always has "Web Design" highlighted in the sub-navigation, even though I selected Web-Applications.

    Anonymous
    # February 17, 2010 at 1:17 am

    Awesome site. Its Design is really 100% Professional. Its design flows like a clean water.

    # February 18, 2010 at 5:01 pm

    Some really cool things going on with the sliders.

    But like someone else said there is WAY too much going on on the home page…specifically too much text. I don’t have any idea where you want me to go as a visitor with so much going on.

    Overall a really cool site that just needs some editing as right now it has too much cool going on.

    :: Chris

    # February 23, 2010 at 6:00 pm

    Nice job! It looks very professional and overall it’s very clean and it’s easy to manage yourself around the website.

    And one more thing. I would STRONGLY recommend you to change the way you use the buttons/links in the text-rotator. Let people click the buttons/links before they get the information. If a visitor is very shaky with his hands that would be a problem for him ;)

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