- Sale expiration date now prominently displayed in green.
- Whats New at every product level.
- Whats Hot at every product level.
- By Ranking at every product level.
- Exclusive product listing at every product level.
- On Sale at every product level.
- Warehouse at every product level.
- All Merchants can be located with a single click from every page.
- Top Merchants can be located with a single click from every page.
- Sort options now available on Merchant Store pages.
- Selecting a Merchant's name, while in the MarketPlace, now takes you directly to the Merchants store.
- Designated background color gives the MarketPlace a fresh new distinct feel.
- Easy navigation: The new MarketPlace interface is designed to make it easier for you to locate what you are looking for.
- The bottom line: A fresh new way to shop for all your digital art needs that is easy and fast!
Does it make sense to have a pull down list of top sellers on every page - that is, for the Vue, Bryce, and programs pages other than Poser, when almost all the "Top Sellers" make only Poser products? If I go to the 3D Accessories - Vue page, and pull down the list of Top Sellers, I would expect to find the Top Sellers for Vue there. But, this is not what happens. I get the list OK, but mostly - maybe all just of Poser product makers. Am not sure this is terribly useful.
I think its nicer looking but when it comes to searching. There is way too many clicks. I will resolve this byt adding a popup menu for each main category and second popup for any submenu. Also not only place the feature products but the new ones and the ones in sale; in an area that its more visible. I understand that there is whay too many products and specialties but you have to go back in order to do a search. Sometimes you dont even know what you want, and just want to see whats new and interesting for you. You want to be able to see things that you normally wont search for. These are some of my sugestions. thank you
I agree with Grey Tower... OUCH! The white background is a little hard on the eyes. Not thrilled about the smaller thumbnails, but I can get used to them. I like the navigation and can appreciate the work that went into this, but I'm not certain about the aesthetics yet. I'll shut up now...