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That whole paragraph is poorly written. It's like they just through all the words they wanted to say down with little craft.
Feels like Paypal.
I don't like it when brands use' helpful articles' to disguise marketing. Especially when the importance of prototyping is clear already to your intended audience. If you want this article to matter, target the clients of designers/developers/agencies that visit this site.
Your subheading should read 'What is prototyping? Why should we prototype? How does it help?' loose the 's' on the end.
And the link in this paragraph is formatted wrong:
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You have it as zipBoard,co
I've spent way too long on this comment.
Surely there's a in-between?
Yeah, take feedback with a calm manner - but fight for you beliefs. Don't just roll over. If you appear to calm you may be perceived as a push-over, or worse; somebody that doesn't care.
I'm seasoned - some might say very seasoned - but I've never lost my edge to fight for what I believe in.
I fell asleep waiting for it to load.
But I'm probably going to avoid watching it based on how poor season 2 was.
Couldn't get past season 2. First was great though.
Website aside, You need to address some of the work.
On Superior National there's some weird overlaying text on the blue box which reads 'stay toast and warm'.
The kerning on most of the headlines needs addressing.
The kerning on the Cinch logo also needs addressing.
Skywater logo also needs a little tweak on the kerning.
If you're putting a photo of yourself on the homepage then make it one where you're eyes are open - unless they are, if so I apologise.
Finally, the paragraph 'As your company has grown...' kind of drags on for way more than it needs to.
Is that a fair comparison?
A TV ad would cost thousands in terms of media buy.
This is a simple video, on their website.
It highlights that the software now has a vital tool in this age of gradient lovers.
If said automotive company had existed for years without windshield wipers then they too would probably market this. Especially if it gives them a competitive edge or plays catch-up.
Cargo Collective 2 has entered beta. Seems pretty comprehensive. Dare I say the best option out there.
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