I had a chance to play with the site some more. Here`s a couple of suggestions:
brings up a question for developers. I know on a main site you can have
tabs at the top, visible across all pages. Can you have a sort of
"subset" of tabs? If I click on Step 1, could there be little tabs for
the three steps, only visible when I`m on one of those three pages?
- I clicked
the Preview, and read a fine, quick tutorial. At the bottom, I`d have
appreciated a "back" button, and maybe a "next" button, which would
take me to the Step 2 "Revise" (and then "Explore").
- At the top, same concept: I`d like maybe some tabs that would give me Steps 1, 2, and 3.
- On the
"Scenome" tab, under "Markets," I`d like to see each bullet as a
heading 2, with some content summarizing why it`s a market. Then, the
Features should replace the "Download" tab.
I`m going to see this, I`d rather read about the features first, then
when I`m excited, see a big-ass Download button at the top and bottom
of the Features page.
- I don`t
like the "Pictures" tab. It somehow gets me thinking of family
pictures, picnics, and walks in the park. Could you call it "Screen
could maybe better be "About Us," common usage in so many sites these
days. "Corporate" would be the address and phone number of the actual
physical location, job opportunities, HR, and that sort of thing in my
All in all, it`s a clean site "filled with concision!" LOL! I love that
word! My main gripe is that the tab explaining the application really
is redundant to the main page, where I`m already seeing the quick
preview. I`d rather read content on the next page, explaining why this
application is much more cool than any other one on the market.
should eventually be replaced by Forums, and EliDS has a great point.
Make it a "users helping users" type of thing, with some
company-sponsored topics at the top for interaction. People can post to
the forums, get advise from other users, or ask internal tech support
for help. Similar to how the SuN forums run. (Well done, in my opinion.)
I`d also like to see some final examples. I think it`s the Persistence
of Vision site where they`ve set up a "Hall of Fame." In that page, users
can show off some of the rendering they`ve done, or animations. If this
app produces roads, lakes, and other geographic landmarks, it`d be nice
to see final rendering, not only the basic, "how to do it" steps along