(8) Posted by Alex Giron on Mar 30, 2008


GravatarOn May 7, 2008 11:21 AM Ian Loew said:

I find the homepage to be busy. My doesn't know where to begin.

GravatarOn June 21, 2008 12:40 AM 捷克语汇 said:


GravatarOn July 2, 2008 8:56 AM Ken Shabby said:

What's happened to this site?

It seems to have become an irrelevance.

If work like this is being held up as good design then I think we can pack our bags and go home.

POCCUO is a crappy design!

Look at the ragged, poorly antialiased type in the POCCUO logo.


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GravatarOn July 15, 2008 6:23 PM Salome said:

I think the site looks just fine. I really like their use of whitespace. I prefer this to an overly colorful site. Also, the content reflects the market(s) they serve.

GravatarOn July 23, 2008 12:24 PM Rizzy said:

Poccuo.com is a beautiful site!

To Ian Loew, et al: I guess if you find information busy you might consider the site overwhelming. But aren't sites supposed to deliver information? This is the web, right?

To me the site looks carefully laid out with good hierarchy of info and a nice clean aesthetic. These guys seem like excellent information designers.

GravatarOn August 19, 2008 10:24 AM Bubber said:

Also check www.translucent.dk I don't know which one was first

GravatarOn September 9, 2008 11:56 AM neilzb said:

I can't believe this site is getting such harsh comments. I love the use of the bold colors and large type used in conjunction with such contrasting white space. But... meh, thats just my opinion, everyone sees things differently.

GravatarOn September 9, 2008 11:58 AM neilzb said:

just went to www.translucent.dk, and your right. I still like the design, but im not as immpressed now.

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