Need your opinion of CoexLinks ads
Mon 27 Feb 2006, 05:45 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Copyright © 2006 Genii Software Ltd.
What has been said:
440.1. Stephan H. Wissel (02/27/2006 07:17 PM)
You might consider looking for a different font. MS Comic is typically not associated with high quality, high professional work/products... and you don't want to undersell Coex.
The equation in #3 is nice, however you need to look for a different separator (a : ?) between CoexLinks and Notes doclinks. Or write it
Notes doclins + Genii CoexLinks = Outlook doclinks - hassle.
my 1.5c (SGD)
440.2. Joe Litton (02/28/2006 05:37 AM)
First one is the best. The 3rd could be misread ... " - hassle" is not how I would want an ad to end. You don't want 'hassle' to be the final thought ...possibly the association one ends up with after reading a blurb about Genii.
I think #1 is the easiest to understand, and the graphics are simple.
440.3. Mac Guidera (02/28/2006 07:03 AM)
I would like to see a combo of 1 and 2. Keep the Notes icon, but add a doclink to number one. Also change out the Comic font and consider something like the new Genii one. And also, why not use a current Outlook 2003 icon?...It look a bit nicer.
440.4. Joe Litton (02/28/2006 08:20 AM)
YES! Number 4 is cool. Attractive, easy to understand ... I like it.
440.5. Doug Cohen (02/28/2006 09:24 AM)
I'm a fan of #4. Just by looking at the pictures, it's easily inferred that Notes, DocLinks and Outlook are all involved. I also prefer this Outlook icon.
In addition, the phase at the bottom is a strong, yet simple statement. CoexLinks: Definition of what it will do for you
440.6. Stephan H. Wissel (02/28/2006 10:52 AM)
#4 is very good
440.7. Mac Guidera (02/28/2006 11:51 AM)
#4 is exacly what I was thinking! Well done :)
440.8. Mike (01/03/2006 07:19)
#4 for me too Ben
Most professional looking and (in my mind) explains the product best
440.9. Roberto Boccadoro (03/01/2006 08:17 AM)
#4 for me