Zarko Dalic Lindkvist

Zarko Dalic Lindkvist

E-commerce Specialist Joined about 6 years ago

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  • Posted to I never go to page two , Nov 06, 2015

    There's this saying in SEO-business how the best place to hide a dead body is on the page 2 of Google search results =)

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  • Posted to Site Design: Outback Steakhouse, Nov 06, 2015
    • Looove the meat gallery.
    • I don’t get the primary CTA-button (And we’ll prove it) on the start page. Seems like the main purpose of the page is to get people to order, so that should not be just a tiny hard to see link.
    • Have you thought about making the first page longer, displaying the most important content there - maybe the Order online function and the inspiring meat gallery?
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  • Posted to OS X El Capitan License: in Plain English, in reply to Brad McNally , Oct 19, 2015

    Yeah, of course. But still though, wonder what the background is =)

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  • Posted to OS X El Capitan License: in Plain English, Oct 19, 2015

    Haha that's nice. This is my favorite: "Apple isn’t responsible for my hurt feelings for anything I see on the web." Wonder what started that conversation at the lawyers office

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  • Posted to If McDonald’s Advertised Like Apple, Oct 16, 2015

    Yeah it's easy and derivative, but I really liked the "FRI"

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  • Posted to 7 Deadly Sins of Ecommerce Design, Oct 16, 2015

    Almost scared my colleague when I loled at this image: http://blog.usabilitytools.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/badvalueproposition.jpg

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  • Posted to 7 Deadly Sins of Ecommerce Design, Oct 16, 2015

    Nice read, thanks for the inspiration.

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  • Posted to Site Design: New Portfolio, thoughts/comments?, Oct 16, 2015

    I think that overall its nice. Maybe feels a bit cramped on desktop. I would play around with expanding the content area to the sides with bigger margins.

    One thing I found a bit confusing is the way the top menu links collapse to the arrow at the bottom, on smaller screens. It kind of goes against the learned behavior. I know that not everyone likes the hamburger menu, but the bottom arrow feels like "to the top"-link thats usually placed in that area.

    Also, seems like contact info is important to you, so maybe make the telephone number clickable?

    Over and out! /Z

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