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We've just created a new company profile document summarising our products and services, and would like to get ...
5th July 2013, 04:24 PM #1
Free sugar mice for your opinions
We've just created a new company profile document summarising our products and services, and would like to get your valuable opinions on it please (click here or document image below to open/download PDF).
As a little thank you, anyone who gives us some feedback on the document by posting their comments in this thread will receive a free sugar mouse in the post - what could be better than that? [how to claim below]
<--read this and comment to get one of these--> (not to scale and/or what your real sugar mouse may or may not actually look like when you receive it)
How to claim: When you have posted a comment about our company profile document in this thread, PM me a link to your comment and include your delivery address for us to send your free sugar mouse to.
And just to be clear, you don't have to post a positive comment - constructive criticism is invited too. One sugar mouse per Edugeek user who comments about our profile document (repeated comments will not earn additional mice sorry). Offer of free sugar mouse is only open to UK residents I'm afraid, but all comments are welcome even if we can't reward you 'cos you're so darn far away. Offer remains open until the end of the month (closes midnight at the end of Wednesday 31st July 2013).
We all look forward to reading your comments (please be kind about the staff photo!).
Al (the marketing guy)
Last edited by VeryPC; 5th July 2013 at 04:46 PM.
Reason: LINKS FIXED
IDG Tech News
5th July 2013, 04:25 PM #2
Link doesn't work
Well, well, well. Are you trying to access parts of this website you shouldn't? If not then unfortunately the legal team have enforced us to block access to this section to protect our IP
Do not fret though, using the menu above will put you back on track.
5th July 2013, 04:30 PM #3
Mis-pasted link - edited and works now. Thanks for the spot.
5th July 2013, 04:32 PM #4
I just tried it, I get Forbidden Area.
5th July 2013, 04:33 PM #5
Both those links still broke when clicking them, yet going direct to https://www.very-pc.co.uk/subdomains...d-services.pdf seems to work when copy/pasting
5th July 2013, 04:35 PM #6
Can you do a Freddo instead of a mouse?
5th July 2013, 04:38 PM #7
Probably just me, but I find that headline blue font oddly aggressive.
5th July 2013, 04:47 PM #8
Like the general layout etc, only thing I think is really missing especially seeing it's what I thought you guys were "mainly" about, is more details on your own custom products. Would have liked to see a few pages on the Broadleaf etc ranges, (or anything that's unique to you).
5th July 2013, 04:50 PM #9
- Some permissions issues with the folder have now been resolved - Click away! and if that doesn't work due to local caching issues, copy and paste the URL into the address bar - that should get you there.
- Have added a line on how to claim your free sugar mouse above:
Originally Posted by VeryPC
5th July 2013, 04:54 PM #10
Just tried sending a request for more info on the website and I am getting a sql error when i submit.
5th July 2013, 04:58 PM #11
A few comments from me, not sure if everyone will agree here, but here you go @VeryPC
- White writing on a light colours sky...not good for the colour blind or those that have difficulty seeing such things. Add a black outline, white writing becomes visible on any colour with a black outline on it. I myself can't make out the words between tablets and projectors.
- Some pages you have gone whitespace/greenspace/whitespace and others whitespace/bluespace/whitespace. stick to one colour scheme throughout the document.
- Testimonials - ask if they are willing to have their numbers published so others can call to verify them
- Almost every page also has a large gap at the top, why not add in customer comments in those gaps based on what the page is about?
Thats me done - otherwise it is a very nice document.
Last edited by nephilim; 5th July 2013 at 05:02 PM.
Reason: fixed spellings
5th July 2013, 04:59 PM #12
Linky working now for me..
Looks pretty slick and well presented. Covers everything that you offer in a non salesy way so a good job I think.
Apart from the guy in the tie and shirt on the cover who seems to be thrusting his pelvic region?
3 Thanks to Hefferzzzz:
VeryPC (5th July 2013), VeryPC_Andy (5th July 2013), VeryPC_Colin_M (9th July 2013)
5th July 2013, 05:00 PM #13
Do you mean the slightly balding chap in middle with his arm on his hip?
Originally Posted by Hefferzzzz
Thanks to nephilim from:
VeryPC_Andy (5th July 2013)
5th July 2013, 05:03 PM #14
I seem to have lost my ability to quote??
The blue green blue thing is because I think they are highlighting the envrionmentally friendlyness of Very - that seems to be the only green bit, the rest is corporate blue
And yes the guy with his hand on hip possibly from Saturday Night Fever.....
2 Thanks to Hefferzzzz:
VeryPC (5th July 2013), VeryPC_Andy (5th July 2013)
5th July 2013, 05:04 PM #15
Ah...I get it now. Didn't see it was supposed to be a document, so thought it was the website we were reviewing!!
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