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  • Re: Harsh criticism needed by John Garside <jqg(at)pc.dk>
    Agree Date is like a Time Line Is that correct Or reading it another way do you mean you agree upon dates for delivery Some other ways to construct the paragraph would be Once we have an idea of your training goals we work with you to determine the exact nature of your requirements and design a suitable solution We then prepare the detailed programme and agree dates for delivery or Once we understand your specific training requirements and goals we prepare the detailed programme a time line project deliverables and so on for your review The variations could go on and on but the point is that the sentences can be written in such a way that any ambiguity is avoided I hope you know I m not trying to criticize your writing I know my own writing is far from perfect Rather I m offering my perspective as a fellow website creator from the U S Thanks again Dennis To take your last point the perspective from across the pond and globally is very important This site is far from alone in being aimed at a worldwide audience It s all too easy even now in the Net

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  • Re: Harsh criticism needed by "Dennis J Keibler" <dennisk(at)louisville.edu>
    the sentence Dennis 20 quoted above John My apologies for causing the loss of sleep It s probably unnecessary to worry over such things way into the night but I completely understand I often do the same thing too The point I should have made more clear is to recheck the grammar to see if it is correct If there is doubt rephrase the sentences In this case your grammar may be perfectly acceptable for your audience I m not familiar with the rules of writing in the UK and I can only speak to the stylistic demands of business and academic writing in the United States So fwiw in the U S The expression et cetera is usually avoided in formal writing a phrase such as and so on would be used instead When etc is used to close a series a comma is placed before and after the expression except at the end of a sentence 20 In your web page text I m not sure what agree dates are but this is probably a cultural difference I m guessing an Agree Date is like a Time Line Is that correct Or reading it another way do you mean you agree upon dates for delivery Some other ways to construct the paragraph would be Once we have an idea of your training goals we work with you to determine the exact nature of your requirements and design a suitable solution We then prepare the detailed programme and agree dates for delivery or Once we understand your specific training requirements and goals we prepare the detailed programme a time line project deliverables and so on for your review The variations could go on and on but the point is that the sentences can be written in such a way

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  • Re: Harsh criticism needed by John Garside <jqg(at)pc.dk>
    Thread Original At around 11 11 10 01 2005 0500 Dennis J Keibler wrote in part The sentence that says We then prepare the detailed programme and agree dates etc for delivery should be re evaluated Since one of the selling points is quality any grammatical or typographical errors are serious flaws Many thanks to all who gave their time to comment Just two things stopped me from getting a

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  • Re: Harsh criticism needed by "Dennis J Keibler" <dennisk(at)louisville.edu>
    do as their primary business is this their area of expertise or is this an additional service area I m also unclear about the difference between Corporate Services Corporate Training and Corporate Development The navigation structure could be refined a bit more From the home page I see there are three main categories of the website indicated in the left side menu the two other prominent links on the home page are redundant When I go to the Personal Improvement page there are 3 links shown the 2 other areas and Home When I go to Corporate Services page there are 4 links shown in the left menu which is inconsistent 20 When looking at the site at 1024x768 the pages look very similar but when resizing to a smaller window like 800x600 the internal pages are fluid and are a different size than the home page Also the page titles are not implemented uniformly which is not necessarily a problem but again it shows inconsistency and perhaps implies less attention to the details I know the site is not finished yet and you ll likely catch those things later bit I thought I d mention it just in case At 800x600 the page resizes so small that I can hardly read the text This illustrates one of the major disadvantages of creating a website entirely with Flash the visitors can t resize the text when they need to There are many other disadvantages or trade offs to building a site out of flash and personally when I visit an informational site I want to see it as an html page I miss my right click windows options and print preview options the most The Corporate Services pages could use come work on the content Can you offer examples of what the in house services are maybe offer examples of how others have met their training goals testimonials what kind of ROI one can hope for etc There is a chance here to really sell the services to the site visitor and the serious shopper won t be impressed with catch phrases The existing content starts to describe the business process for working with the client but stops short Perhaps a separate sub section can be devoted to this topic The sentence that says We then prepare the detailed programme and agree dates etc for delivery should be re evaluated Since one of the selling points is quality any grammatical or typographical errors are serious flaws The page says that the best and most suitable experts in the field are assigned to run the event but I m not sure which field they are experts in the event running field the construction field or the corporate training field If they are experts in their field can you tell who they are and provide links to their websites Customers will want to know the event runner s credentials In the horizontal navigation the Advantages link doesn t give me any useful

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  • Harsh criticism needed by John Garside <jqg(at)pc.dk>
    09 52 40 0100 To hwg critique at mail hwg org todo View Thread Original I d love some criticism of a site I ve been involved with There are still more pages to go up and it s not

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  • hwg-critique mailing list archives: database status
    11325 messages in this archive The earliest message is dated 19971201 the latest message is dated 20050207 The archive software was last modified Date 2005 05 12 06 06 17

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  • hwg-critique mailing list archives: search
    Search the hwg critique mailing list archives HTML hwg critique mailing list archives maintained by Webmaster IWA

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  • hwg-elections mailing list archives: January 1998
    McGhan Mike BGI SF catching up 16 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO online courses 16 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 Thatcher Lane Williams Re Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 B Szyszka RE Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett RE Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re Kynn s Issues 16 Jan 1998 timmy at whatrain com RE Kynn s Issues 15 Jan 1998 Jimmie McWhirt Re Candidates representing me 16 Jan 1998 Demitrius Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Demitrius Plus Membership 17 Jan 1998 Thatcher Lane Williams Re Kynn s Issues 17 Jan 1998 eva Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 eva Q for Peter 17 Jan 1998 Peter Knaggs Re Q for Peter 17 Jan 1998 Frederick J Barnett RE Kynn s Issues 17 Jan 1998 Matthew Wickline Re a professional Guild Was Q for Peter 17 Jan 1998 Demitrius Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO voting members 17 Jan 1998 Cindy Svec Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Jimmie McWhirt Re NetDay 17 Jan 1998 Matthew Wickline Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 B Szyszka RE Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Demitrius Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 RBI82 Re Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 Tammy Scroggs NetDay was Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Sample Board Decision Candidates please respond 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Second Scenario Candidates please respond 17 Jan 1998 Matthew Wickline Re Logo Was voting members 17 Jan 1998 Matthew Wickline our educational charter 17 Jan 1998 Jimmie McWhirt Leading Following 17 Jan 1998 Jimmie McWhirt RE Kynn s Issues 17 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re voting members 17 Jan 1998 B Szyszka RE Kynn s Issues 17 Jan 1998 Cindy Svec Re NetDay was Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re NetDay was Re Moral religion issues 17 Jan 1998 Demitrius Re Sample Board Decision Candidates please respond 17 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re Sample Board Decision Candidates please respond 17 Jan 1998 Demitrius Re Second Scenario Candidates please respond 17 Jan 1998 Demitrius Re Sample Board Decision Candidates please respond 18 Jan 1998 Thatcher Lane Williams Donating was Re Voting Members 18 Jan 1998 Peter Knaggs Re Sample Board Decision Candidates please respond 18 Jan 1998 Peter Knaggs Re Second Scenario Candidates please respond 18 Jan 1998 Peter Knaggs Re a professional Guild Was Q for Peter 18 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Moral religion issues 18 Jan 1998 Kynn 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19 Jan 1998 Frederick J Barnett Re Question for Candidates 19 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Question for Candidates 19 Jan 1998 Frederick J Barnett Re Question for Candidates 18 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re My response to what I ve read 19 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Moral religion issues 19 Jan 1998 Kynn Bartlett Re Being Quoted 19 Jan 1998 Ann Navarro Re My response to what I ve read 19 Jan 1998 jim barchuk Re Being Quoted 19 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting members 19 Jan 1998 Susan Duncan MALICO Re voting

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