New Beta of mozilla.org Website Available for Testing
Friday August 20th, 2004
Steven Garrity today announced a new beta design of mozilla.org's website. The new design, done by silverorange, upgrades the navigation and freshens the look of the site. Steven and the other designers are interested in hearing feedback, but want those who provide feedback know that the home page content has not be updated yet. Also, there are some other outstanding bugs, which are listed in the feedback link.
Saturday August 21st, 2004 7:20 PM
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The frontpage looks terrible but thats due to it using the old content. the other pages look better as the sidebar is alot nicer. However on the products page i think the "get involved its easy" column should be removed, the content moved to the right and add another column like that on the support page there with all the apps listed and then you can put a link to a seperate "get involved" page. The casual end user wont want to get involved so it shouldnt take so much precadence.
I know the frontpage isnt finished, but for when you do it i recomend listing less products, say 2 of the browsers, thunderbird and maybe leave it at that. Also place lest precedence on the donate and store links in the main body as most people wont use the links and both can be reached through the header or footer should people wish.