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New Ultimaker Site Sexy ! But a little boring... :-(

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New Ultimaker Site Sexy ! But a little boring... :-(

When I come into my office every morning... I loved to click ultimaker.com and see the latest updates on the site and also the cool blogs from Ulti evenings, Fablabs... it was like a very cool magazine with some juicy litle bits of info...

But I loved it !! and i think a lot of other people did as well.

But now with the latest and very modern and attractive layout,, these cool little things have been parked somewhere in the back where Im not too interested in spending 5 minutes to find them again...

Im just not sure if this was a good idea ? It makes ultimaker.com just look like a shop site that has to be visited once.. order... pay... done...

But it was like a magazine with also a shop function ! :-) that was nicer..

So maybe its worth thinking about ?

Or maybe im alone on this idea ?

Have a nice day guys.

Ian :-)


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How about the news carousel on the home page?

It is intended to give you a couple of new updates every week and still looks organized and tidy.

If you have never noticed it, that is something to think about.

If you hate it.. that is also something to think about :p

It should inform you about every new blog post.

But in the end, most activity is on the forum. Don't you agree?


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