DIG Business

(6) Posted by Alex Giron on Apr 12, 2005

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GravatarOn April 12, 2005 10:29 AM Clip said:

Love the simplicity of this one, colors are great...

Nice job!

GravatarOn April 12, 2005 10:57 AM Alex said:

Love the logo on this one. Site holds up pretty nicely too.

GravatarOn April 12, 2005 11:00 AM Oscar said:

Nice design, one of the parts i don't like are the input fields and buttons. Maybe it's just me but i think they are ugly and over complicated.

GravatarOn April 15, 2005 3:52 AM Jop de Klein said:

Yes! That logo is just awesome! I agree, that subscribe me button is ugly, and the headers are a bit too small for my taste, would've loved them in the same style as the logo. Other than that I really love this site, nice and clean I'm a big fan of those 'bussiness quotations', makes me want to buy stuff!

GravatarOn April 17, 2005 7:10 PM Preston said:

Wow, this site is fantastic - the navigation is well-put-together and I love the logo, as several other people who have posted have said. I don't really like that there is a lot more text than I would like to read....

GravatarOn April 24, 2005 2:55 PM Max Khokhlov said:

The site is not bad, thought IMHO it's a bit too typical for the standard-based sites seen lately. And there isn't much to see yet, content-wise. I'd like to see more than one case study on the site.

However the Folker Group site features as their work is great! I absolutely loved it — it's fresh, new, appealing and not typical or straightforward. Why didn't they do somthing like that for their site? Not using Flash if they care for accessibility, but from the point of view of graphics and design?

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