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Posts tagged with Agency Websites

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Should agencies eat their own dog food & build minimum-viable-product websites?

Does any agency design its own website as if it were a client product?

What should an agency website do? And how do we know if it's worth the effort?


10 hella sucky Flash / agency websites (#agencyfail)

Before we begin, let’s start with the Flash apologists. Whenever I say “Flash sucks” somebody points out that it doesn’t, but that some Flash developers truly suck and don’t know how to use it properly.

It is a fair point, however agencies / developers that build websites for their clients must understand the limitations of Flash, and build primarily for the needs of their client’s visitors, and business needs, rather than for their own egos.

But what happens when these agencies build Flash websites for themselves? Badness happens, that’s what. At least in my opinion. I’m sure I’ll hear otherwise, but from my perspective I can rarely see the point of using Flash as the basis for a website. And while I'm all for rich media, and immersive user experiences, I think agencies should know better...