A little help?

October 28, 2010


Some of you might remember that I was working on a new website for Lincoln Lutheran for, um, about the last three years. If you could spare 30 seconds (surely you’re used to wasting that much time here anyway), I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind taking a quick test/survey/something about the new website: click here (Really. 30 seconds, tops)

After you’re done you can see what everyone else said. But no fair peeking first.


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8 Responses to “A little help?”

  1. Lauren Said on:

    That was zany. I feel like I don’t have to do anything else today!


  2. Brad Said on:

    Ha! You’re not kidding about how long it takes. I’m afraid to say anything about the site because I don’t want to spoil the test for others, but I like what you’ve done.


  3. Kristi Said on:

    That wasn’t even close to 30 seconds. More, more, more!


    • Lloyd Said on:

      Alright then, go to the actual website and tell me 3 things that you like and 2 things that you dislike about it. That way I’ll still feel good, because you will have told me one more good thing than bad thing. Here’s the website: http://www.lincolnlutheran.org.

      But, for the rest of you, no fair going to the school website or reading anyone’s comments before you Take the 30 second test.


      • Rae Said on:

        I like: the tab part of the calendar (events/today); I like the tabs of top stories/news; and I like the buttons for FB, Ywitter, Flicker and You Tube. What don’t I like??? I don’t know. What’s your mascot’s name?


  4. Peggy Said on:

    I may have thrown some faulty info. into the test. When I clicked ‘Take the Test’, I didn’t scroll down to see it all, so I only commented on the top half, which was what was showing on my computer. Then I saw the whole thing when I went to the results page.


    • Lloyd Said on:

      That’s really fine. What you actually see when you go to the website is just the top anyway. So people are most likely forming their first impressions based on that. In a way, I think it would be a better test if they just showed what a typical web browser would display.


  5. Annette Said on:

    It could be a blank page. You work magic on every website.


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