Hey guys i was just wondering, with mmf 2 coming up would it not be a great idea to totally re-vamp clickteam's website? We have had this design for a while now and i think its time to really start to "show off" and make a professional graphic rich interactive website, just like the big ones have out there.
Or maybe this is already in the making behind the scenes? What is everyone's opinion about this? What do you think about a new make-over for the clickteam website? I'm thinking nice new layout/graphics interactive front page and forums, you know spice things up for the big day that's coming I really want to see mmf 2 succeed and i think clickteam needs to start "the buzz" marketing wise and let everyone know that something great is coming.
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Yeah, their website is bad for them, which will result in many visitors not checking our their products. I would not honestly not have checked out MMF, if I came across their website. Fortunately for me, I learnt about their products differently.
If I were them though, I'd have a new site look ready, and replace the old one with it the same day as MMF2 was released. I wouldn't be surprised if they're actually planning that
Well, how did install creator get so popular then? I mean, I see it in games made with competing game makers! Whatever the case they really do need to market MMF2 better than they did with 1.5, and making a new website would be a good start.
I feel that this website reflects the overall attitude of the click community, and can affect how people respond to clickteams product. Exposure is a good thing, but is there such a thing as bad exposure? The title on TDC is a bit redundant. On every page it appears. That mascot mocks me as I browse the page. The click team site as it is-while not as welcoming-is far more polished, or finished. Professional would fit the most. I do, however, compliment the navigation of TDC. It's very easy and every function has a degree of entertainment about it. I would be less interested in the persistant use of clickteam products if there were not a good place to expose them to the public.
It will most likely be gay people who will complain that the site isn't pretty enough to download a game. Me, though I don't care if it stays the same design or gets a new one, if I can navigate around it that's fine.
I mean look at this site's design? It's been the same ugly site for 4 years so if anything is to change this site should.
I vote no on proposition 25. And yes on proposition 26 to redesign this site.