socinian at gmail.com
Wed Nov 28 21:21:46 UTC 2012
My little contribution to the current home page was this segment:
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To me, it's the core of why there's a website. And, it quickly introduces
to the site visitor to what they can do next, in a linear, understandable
way, with what they've learned from their first visit. They are all action
items. The segment also, probably, answers most of the visitor's first
Maybe it could be the top left tile in your new grid of tiles? But, I'm
open to suggestions too.
I also think we can learn from looking at the home pages of other dynamic
languages' websites' home pages. but let me know if you've already done
that. I could suggest some things from them if you wish.
On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 1:02 PM, Chris Cunnington <
smalltalktelevision at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2012-11-28 3:59 PM, Darius Clarke wrote:
> Now to get the eyes to watch the mouse ;-)
> Chris, how would you like to receive some suggestions/help for building
> on what you have here for the home page?
> Screenshot graphic, html, just text?
> - Darius
> On Wed, Nov 28, 2012 at 12:54 PM, Chris Cunnington <
> smalltalktelevision at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Updated to Tim's graphic.
> Absolutely. I'm all ears. Please do.
> I'm happy to receive help in any manner you'd like to provide it:
> screenshot, html, etc.
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