New site design!
Today we debut a new site design! Let us know in the comments if you like it.
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Juan Soto is a Senior Access Developer at IT Impact Inc. and a Microsoft Access MVP. He specializes in Access with SQL Server databases. His passion for Access has led him to helping a wide range of businesses in helping them establish a secure, stable and efficient environment with SQL Server. He's a frequent speaker at Access user groups nationwide and recently spoke at the Orange County SQL Saturday # 73. If you wish to have Juan speak at your next group meeting you can contact him here
Fantastic improvement Juan! The new look is great and the content, as always, exactly on point and very helpful. Keep going!
When I opened your site I thought on was going to the wrong website (Not good). The Microsoft metro style look is boring with the flat buttons and total lack of colour contrast.
Why did you change it?
We changed the design again to make it look more modern. I like the new design better but thanks for your feedback!
Thanks everyone for your feedback!
Where’s my comment? about your new site design…
Juan and team, Just a one suggestion revise your site look keep it simple pls. The sub-title Band is very awkward for me. You must adhere to MSA 15theme with a little blending of SQL SERVER 2012 theme and a little blending with SP 2013. And lastly give it a METRO STYLE effect.
MSA 15+SQL server express=ROCKS
MSA 15+SQL server+SP 2013= VERY EXPENSIVE not feasible at this time
Great content! Appreciate all you guys do! Not a big fan of the scripted font.
So i agree about the color on the right side as well. I do have to say I love the color scheme it’s different. Now to be a truly great website I would ask you to compare it with your competitors. What do you see that differentiates your website from your competition? Your website needs to look different make people stop and look at it. Take a look at Harley’s website for an example. Add something in there that states what you are that ends with EST example the Greatest.
While I like the layout reorganization, the scripted font with the drop shadows is difficult to read. I would suggest dropping the scripted font and using a different, clearer, serif’d font and leave out the drop-shadows. Just my opinion.
Nice fresh look to the site Juan. Good job! I really enjoy your blog. — Ken
The font on the right site with the shadow is difficult to read, I would suggest you change that. I mean ‘connect with us’, ‘Pages’, ‘Categories’, …
We will fix it, thanks for the feedback!