As you can see, Back Stage has revised the look of the website -- including this message board.
What do you think of the new website? Please include your comments here.
Sorry Tom, but I don't know why the site had to be redesigned - it was fine the way it was, easy to navigate and easy to find things. Now it's way to busy for me and I have to hunt all over to find stuff I used to be able to go to in my sleep. What was wrong with the old design? Why do companies feel compelled to change things up every so often? It wasn't broke and didn't need to be fixed!
If it ain't broke don't fix it. Why were the colors of this message board changed? Everything almost runs together color-wise now and it is annoying that my brain now takes an extra millisecond to separate everything. Before with the contrasting red and manila everything was clearly in its place: the headers, footers, etc. What happened? Did someone new come into a management position there and decide to change everything up to inflate their ego?
Has the layout changed at all? Text looks a little larger, but other than that it just looks very gray. Which isn't necessarily bad, its' just kind of boring is all. Perhaps there'd be a way to give us different color schemes?
Here it is Monday August 27 and The Working Actor and Secret Agent Man columns from a week a go are still up on the website, while the paper that hit the newstands on Thursday have the current columns. Why haven't they been updated on line?
Backstage is like online nectar. Didn't get attached to the old site.
Regarding the design, I'm becoming increasingly comfortable with navigating it. Initially, well, it wasn't always clear where to post in the sea of information here.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE how the posts alternate between white and gray. That makes it very easy to read.
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