CEC’s got a new look. There will be more updates coming, but take a look around and let us know what you think in the comments section. Beyond the new colors and layout, we’ll be adding some more information and moving some things around in the weeks to come.
While that’s happening, be sure to also check out our social media pages. You can find links to our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages on the header (blue bar) and footer (black bar).
Sweet but you have some language at the bottom of this page that i do not undertand
Are you referring to the lines reading: “You may use these HTML tags and attributes: … “? If so, that is just HTML instructions you can use in the comments for specific formatting.
The map section for Yahoo does not have the correct location, seems to have an incorrect zip code
Thanks for the heads up. The map and driving directions should both be working now, via Google Maps.
Hey Scotty. While I too like the minimalist route, I still think you need to add some color via photos, illustrations, and finished products. You don’t want readers to feel like they’re reading a text book. Overall, I think the copy is well written and understandable. I’d would like to see a bit more “energy” in the copy. For example, you could change the following sentence: :Here are some files and applications which will make submitting files to CEC a little easier.” to “Be sure to check-out the files and applications below. They’re free and will make submitting your file to CEC easier.” Or change this sentence: “The image below is a template illustrating the proper setup of a 4″ x 6″ postcard with bleeds.” to “The template below illustrates the proper setup for 4’x6′ postcards with bleeds.” Or this sentence: “Perfect binding allows you to have a sharp looking and more manageable product.” to Perfect binding gives you sharp-looking, more manageable products.” You get the general idea.
PS: Active voice good. Passive voice bad 🙂
Thanks for all the input Brad! Each page will be getting some individual attention over the coming weeks to better fit with the new design. We’ll definitely try to punch up the language as well. Thanks again!