(PRWEB) March 14, 2006
At one time or another, all web designers have asked a friend or colleague to give them an opinion on their web project. The problem is that deep down; they know it won’t be impartial. This problem is compounded because feedback can't be accessed as often as needed and doesn't come in a structured form.
Many web designers have asked: “In the collaborative age of Web 2.0, why can’t I get feedback on my project, how and when I need it”? There is now a solution to this problem.
HowsMyPage.com is based on the old adage: “You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”. Web designers submit their web project for review and are asked to review another in return. This exchange ensures accurate, structured feedback can be obtained as and when it's needed, from people who know good web design.
Web designers crave real, objective answers to:
"Does my page appeal to others?"
"Does it bring across the impression I intended?"
"Is the content interesting?"
"Are there any errors or omissions?"
Now they can be assured these questions will be answered over and over, as their web project evolves. Using the service regularly allows improvements to be quantified, so that development is always heading towards what users want to see.
HowsMyPage.com allows both the seasoned web designer and those new to the craft to gain real insight into how others perceive their creative efforts. Now all web designers can get the quality feedback they need, from people they can trust.
The service can be found at: http://www.HowsMyPage.com
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