We let on last week that alongside the name change to clickworker.com we will also change the appearance of clickworker.com. Our web design agency, V2A.NET, has completed the new corporate design.
The templates have been delivered and are being implemented. We would like to offer you a taste of what it will look like with a few screen shots.
Pages will have a much more streamlined structure. The different sections for clients and Clickworkers are accentuated. Secondary content will move to the lower part of the page –moving it from the focal area, but not entirely out of sight. Our recently started social media activities will receive visible placement in the footer of each page.
The first part of the relaunch will take place to coincide with the start of the Internet World tradeshow in Munich next week.
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Dieser Artikel wurde am 08.April 2010 von Florian Fiegel geschrieben.
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