We did it! Our goal was to have our new website design online for introduction at the Internet World trade show in Munich. Over the past few days we spent a lot of time to get rid of the last issues and clean up any bugs we could find. It seems we were successful.
However, there is no rest for the weary. We are off to the next round because there are more things to add and there are certainly little things we didn’t find.
One of the things we will be adding is the ability to comment on our blog posts. For a long time we have looked forward to the day that we can have stimulating conversations. So, we hope that our new appearance pleases! The sunny new orange color gives us already the idea to sit outside with our laptops during the summer. ;-)
Until then we look forward to hearing your comments on FaceBook and Twitter.
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Dieser Artikel wurde am 13.April 2010 von Florian Fiegel geschrieben.
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