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Leger Holidays launch ‘eye-catching’ new website…

Leger Holidays

Sorry for the self publicity but we have just launced our new site which has took a lot of time and effort to get to phase 1 of development  hopefully it has been worth it.

The site has been completely redesigned following feedback obtained through some unique customer research techniques which included eye-tracking technology.

We used Bunnyfoot a specialist company to monitor the eye movements of consumers in focus group tests to show the hot spots where website users looked most and the spots that were viewed least.

This research lead to more than 70 points of improvement over the previous site many of which have been incorporated into the new site and as stated earlier this is phase 1 so constant updates are to be added to ensure the site remains current and so it is able to constantly evolve and be improved upon.

Along with great improvements to the customer-facing look and feel of the site, a huge amount of investment has been made in the back-office, particularly in respect of usability and search engine optimisation and how the content is supplied to the visitor and search engines.

Celebrity Fun Media

Paul Ross Canvas Print for Sale…


Just been sent a link to this product which features on Amazon some of the comments want to make you get out your credit card and purchase it straight away; its a shame Christams has passed 🙁 .

If a 20″ print of Paul Ross is not your thing then there are lots more here.

Quite funny – Cheers Matt for the link 😉


Print Your Own Tesco Value Cards…

Tesco Value Card

As this site says “show someone how much you really care” there is a card for most occasions so should provide a bit of humour.

Tesco Value Cards

Gadget Technology

Surf Google Earth with a Wii…

Here is a cool  example (sound quality a bit poor)  of a third party app for the Nintendo Wii using Google Earth API and a balance board the program allows people to “surf” any region on the Earth’s surface using the balance board.

Apparently the source code developed by Google Earth iPhone Engineer David Phillip Oster; will be available to download from here next week.