Finally, an agency website that’s functional! CP+B

I am loving the new Crispen Porter + Bogusky (CP+B) website. It is all about functionality and content rather than flash and fluff.

CP+B new website home page

CP+B new website home page

CP+B Microsoft case study page

CP+B Microsoft case study page

CP+B contact us page

CP+B contact us page

CP+B developer page

CP+B developer page

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LEARNINGS

  1. Trust & openness – rather than controlling what appears on the website there is an openness associated with the site. It doesn’t matter whether the information is good or bad, it appears. Nice focus for a company to be honest, particularly in this economic environment.
  2. Simple – no flash or animation trickery. The hero of the website is the content. It’s a great thing for an agency to be pushing. Let the words and opinions speak for themself.
  3. Introduction – because there is a lot to look at on the site, it’s good to have an introduction letting people know what the site is about and what to expect.
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6 Responses to Finally, an agency website that’s functional! CP+B

  1. Your blog is a very good blog. Thanx for all your posts. I hope you ll post more soon. Regards.

  2. thatflash says:

    Thanks a lot man

  3. dominiquehind says:

    Thanks very much. I’m going to get back into writing a lot more soon.

    Dom

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  6. Thank you so much. It’s so important for a site to be clear and too the point. Flash can def be annoying. Sabrina

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