New imutual site design

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Re: New imutual site design

Post by richard@imutual » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:53 pm

We are looking into how easy (or otherwise) it is to reduce the 'hover-over sensitivity' of the menu :thumbup:
racquetstringer wrote:Don't like it all all - the previous version was much better,simpler and eaiser to use.
So that we can plan future improvements, can you be more specific about which screens you find more difficult and what changes would make things better :?
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Re: New imutual site design

Post by ImutualLikeAPro » Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:51 pm

I think in the long run this design will be beneficial to the site. Its hard switching from something you understand to something new. My Hotmail changed to Outlook which annoyed me but now I prefer it :/
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Re: New imutual site design

Post by moi » Sun Mar 31, 2013 8:17 pm

ImutualLikeAPro wrote:My Hotmail changed to Outlook
Interesting you mention that. My first thought when I saw that new Outlook was that this new iMutual design was a rip-off of it. I guess it must be the latest trend in web design. :ugeek:

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Re: New imutual site design

Post by ImutualLikeAPro » Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:59 pm

moi wrote:
ImutualLikeAPro wrote:My Hotmail changed to Outlook
Interesting you mention that. My first thought when I saw that new Outlook was that this new iMutual design was a rip-off of it. I guess it must be the latest trend in web design. :ugeek:
I also saw the resembelence... I think it is a trend. Not really sure why though

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Re: New imutual site design

Post by garindan » Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:46 pm

I think the new site design is great. The old design was not 'modern' and this one certainly is, looks far more professional and is definitely more friendly on the eye. Most feedback comes in the form of grumbling about how "the old one does this and the new one doesn't work as well" whenever any changes are introduced to existing products. The ones who really like the new design tend not to post they do and just get on with things......

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Re: New imutual site design

Post by xxxraichxxx » Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:05 pm

^^^ What andrew said :thumbup:

and i like that you can mark the forums as ''read'', if you had this feature before i never saw it. I also like the fresh new layout

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Re: New imutual site design

Post by Richard Frost » Thu Apr 04, 2013 7:47 am

xxxraichxxx wrote:^^^ What andrew said :thumbup:

and i like that you can mark the forums as ''read'', if you had this feature before i never saw it. I also like the fresh new layout
It was there before :thumbup: Was missing from the new design until requested to be put back.

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