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GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon27-Jan-13 20:15 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinmemberShree27-Jan-13 21:15 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability Pinmemberpeterchen27-Jan-13 21:08 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinmemberShree27-Jan-13 21:25 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinmemberMark_Wallace27-Jan-13 21:41 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinmemberShree27-Jan-13 23:39 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinmemberV.27-Jan-13 21:49 
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability Pinmemberkdmote29-Jan-13 4:42 
[I don't mean to be overly harsh, but you asked for feedback and these are my honest thoughts.]
 
After 5 minutes of clicking around:
- I still have no idea what you're selling. (Fabric? Rugs? Wrapping paper?)
- I have no idea how to add something to the cart (or how to select an item).
- Everything must be free, because I see no prices.
- I click on the sliding tiles and I get an "illustration", but no product details.
 
You have 5 different classes of "Assorted" - that makes no sense. If there is a difference between them, give them a name that distinguishes them. If not, bin them together. What's the point of having a category called "Assorted 17A"?
And if you have that many selections, why limit each screen to six samples? Can you imagine browsing through Google images 6 at a time? I'd never see them all.
 
And I don't mean to offend you, but the name of the website sounds like an international speaker with poor command of the English language. Reminds me of a Chinese restaurant I saw called "Eat Food Good!"
GeneralRe: Your feedback on usability PinmemberErik Rude30-Jan-13 0:30 
GeneralYour GUI application design favorites? PinmemberFranc Morales27-Jan-13 19:07 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberJim Meadors27-Jan-13 19:29 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberFranc Morales27-Jan-13 19:32 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberJim Meadors27-Jan-13 19:42 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberTNCaver29-Jan-13 3:56 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberJim Meadors29-Jan-13 19:35 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberTNCaver30-Jan-13 4:49 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberJim Meadors30-Jan-13 19:21 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberV.27-Jan-13 20:26 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberMycroft Holmes28-Jan-13 0:04 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberFranc Morales28-Jan-13 0:32 
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GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? Pinmemberpatbob29-Jan-13 5:27 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberWestley Cooper-Thorn29-Jan-13 5:28 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberRafagaX29-Jan-13 7:06 
GeneralRe: Your GUI application design favorites? PinmemberFranc Morales29-Jan-13 12:45 

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