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New Lenovo's website

2010-11-13, 18:08 PM

It seems the "upgrade" process is running.

 

http://www.lenovo.com/us/en/

 

New "Home" page. Of course, as I can see, it's the only new page. But it's a good start!

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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-13, 23:57 PM
wow, scared the heck out of me! Lose the noise, imo.
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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-14, 17:55 PM

Hearing the "Lenovo" part at 2:00 AM it's just a little scary :smileyvery-happy:

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Congrats Lenovo on the website redesign

2010-11-14, 20:58 PM

Just wanted to say that the website redesign is a major step up from the old site.

Just wanted to say that the website redesign is a major step up from the old site.

 

 

It's clean, nicely designed, and reflects the brand well. Now let's try to avoid those bouts of bad English and typos that occasionally plagued the old site, yes?

Just wanted to say that the website redesign is a major step up from the old site.

 

 

It's clean, nicely designed, and reflects the brand well. Now let's try to avoid those bouts of bad English and typos that occasionally plagued the old site, yes?

 

(Never found out a way to report typos anyway.)

Just wanted to say that the website redesign is a major step up from the old site.

 

 

It's clean, nicely designed, and reflects the brand well. Now let's try to avoid those bouts of bad English and typos that occasionally plagued the old site, yes?

 

(Never found out a way to report typos anyway.)

 

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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-15, 21:49 PM

In my standpoint the new website is quite articulate and contemporary in design, the fonts are quite coherent and the customization is made very easy and simple for buyers, however the audio at the beginning is just plain unnecessary in my view, can't really see point of it.

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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-15, 21:54 PM

I think the designers used a sound to justify Adobe Flash use. Otherwise, they should use jQuery.

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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-16, 9:40 AM

Perhaps, but that's not how I meant it. From business perspective this doesn't sound right, lenovo sells "professional-grade" products, the website should stay professional. Besides, playing audio in the background has almost become obsolete these days.


If Apple were doing this they could be forgiven because they don't make business notebooks, however not even Apple's website has any kind of automated audio playing in the background, nor Dell's or HP's. Had this on lenovo's standalone ideapad website, it could be overlooked since ideapads are not thinkpads.


Just my two cents.

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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-16, 12:22 PM

I like it. :smileyhappy:






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Re: New Lenovo's website

2010-11-16, 12:45 PM
The red and blue chunks for "Professional" and "Lifestyle" look a bit tacky though.

The occasional semi-expanding image is a bit annoying. THey'd be fine if it didn't shift the immediate focus of the page or if the amount they expanded wasn't most of the screen.

Also, the "Microsoft Windows" icon that's on the product configuration page to represent the OS tab is horrible. It's the XP-era logo, and it's aspect ratio has been distorted to fit into the tab space.

Page layout is a bit loose on the item pages, and too tight on the configuration page.

One thing that really puzzles me is why the text at the bottom that is essentially a site map has such a huge contrast; it keeps pulling my attention down to the bottom, away from the center of the page whose contrast is bizarrely low.

Might just be my Firefox nightly browser (it has trouble with doubling my text on this forum).

Just nitpicking, guys! Keep up the great work!

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Re: New Lenovo's website

2011-08-10, 17:42 PM
merged with support site feedback discussion

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