Wow. I just spent 5 minutes playing around with the animation. It`s really, really cool.
But then that`s all you get. It`s cool for sure, BUT it is a DISTRACTION from what you really want your visitors to do.
The days when Internet Explorer controlled 95% of the browser marketshare is long gone, and these days a website is never finished unless you`ve done an extensive broswer testing.
Browsershots.org is a free service that allows you to test your website in various operating systems and browser combinations.
Just submit your website, and wait for your screensots in 5-10 minutes time.GeorgeAppiah2007-10-21 10:48:41
I suggest you let every t-shirt design stand on its own page, with some content (desctiption, story, whatever). Relevant text on a page is still the single best way to get traffic organically from search engines.
Then I think a much bolder "Add to cart" or "Buy Now" button wouldn`t hurt. I looked all over before I saw that tiny shopping basket right under my very nose :-) And make sure there`s text written on the button. Don`t leave people to figure out what to do or what an image might mean. Mind you, not everyone out there is as savvy as you and I.
Finally, take a visit to CafePress and Threadless and get your creative juice flowing.
Oh, and finally (again!), good evening from the sunny paradise on earth -- Accra, Ghana.GeorgeAppiah2007-10-21 10:26:2
I`m at a conference here in Accra, Ghana, waiting for the next speaker to step in. And I thought I should make a quick trip to SuN. And guess what ... I JUST EMBARRASSED MYSELF ... just by visiting your website!
Yeah, my speaker was waaaay up, but I was ONLY visiting a website, and didn`t expect to be greeted by such a loud sound
No, I`m NOT making this up. It really did happen, moments ago.GeorgeAppiah10/16/2007 6:45 AM
Interesting how many copycat million dollar this and million dollar that have popped up since that kid made a million bucks with his MillionDollarHomepage.Looking at MillionDollarWiki, it *seems* to be like Seth Godin`s Squidoo (where you create a page -- called lense -- about anything, for free), except MillionDollarWiki carries a price tag of $100 per page!Now, I also wouldn`t want to get into your business model, but if it`s a web presence you want, then something is amiss here. I went to the page and I couldn`t differentiate your service from MillionDollarWiki at all, with their huge logo up there.Yea, it`s a community, you say, ... but even then, I`d rather keep an external site with full branding, and promote it within a community (like SuN), rather than hand out $100 bucks for a single page. Just my two pesewas ... eh ... cents.