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(9) Sep 14, 2005

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GravatarOn September 14, 2005 8:46 AM Stewart Curry said:

Really nice work!

GravatarOn September 14, 2005 8:55 AM coda said:

Very nice, this site is and does everything it should. My only criticism is the people profile on the 'company info' page - that impersonal ghost/black figure image. Quite a trend for this kind of site, but usually would have rollovers of some kind which gravitate is missing. A real photo would be so much more effective.

GravatarOn September 14, 2005 9:58 AM Rafa García said:

Good work, -though i prefer the broadband version, flash for once-. Anyway, the whole site is clean but seems to be not much polished.

GravatarOn September 14, 2005 10:04 AM Ian said:

Agreed w/ the above comment, the flash version is far superior to this design. The one displayed here is booooorrrriiiiinnnnnggg, looks a bit cold for a creative company. Question: why cant the standards version look like the flash site? Some slight changes may occur but I don't see reason why the css design would be unacheivable. It seems to me to be a marketing issue to present these vastly different identities.

GravatarOn September 14, 2005 11:07 AM steffo said:

BEAUTIFUL Lads!!!! ; )

GravatarOn September 14, 2005 6:45 PM Jason said:

Looks really nice and all, but the logo looks a LITTLE like the logo on english360.com.

GravatarOn September 15, 2005 7:17 PM Ken said:

Thanks for the comments folks.

The HTML site was conceived as compliment to the Flash site; simply to have something standards compliant and SE friendly. Cheeky, I know but as the company is veering towards more rich-media content, we felt the Flash site was going to be the main focal point.

The gravitate logo was designed a good while ago but any similarity to the english360 logo is purely coincidental, I can assure you :o)

GravatarOn September 16, 2005 9:07 AM Rafa García said:

Perfect then, and congratulations for the work well done.

GravatarOn September 16, 2005 5:08 PM Yura Sklyar said:

Very nice website. And I like CSS version more then the Flash one.

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