boxwellm said:I like... to a point. But if anything it is too clinical. There is nothing on the site really makes me excited about owning an MG or a Rover.
I'm not sure what it needs. Streaming videos, competitions, freebies, multi-user games even. Possibly a 'concepts' area on the site where people can see MG-Rover concept vehicles such as the TCV, the MGTF 200HPV, the MG GT and Rover Coupe. Possibly some lifestyle shots and comments that show how peoples lives have improved as a result of buying a Rover or an MG - "My 75 allows me to drive twice round the globe and get out as fresh as a daisy" or "Since buying my MG TF I've got laid twice as often" kind of remarks. Well, maybe not exactly those remarks, but you know what I mean.
The web site needs to reflect the excitement of an MG, the class of a Rover, and show that the company is moving ahead.
There speaks a fellow webby type. I work for a university and have to make everything accessible by law. The new MGR site looks great, but why has it been done in such a backwards way?deelunn said:you also have to bare in mind accessibility laws, the dda effects websites too and that why most sites have been redesigned to be accessibile to all - if they dont comply with teh dda then that manufacturer is liable to be sued. take for instance the case of the sydney olypmics 2000 there website was non compliate and there was a massive payout! i think it was around 20k in us dollars (off teh top of my head!)