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Five pitfalls to avoid in your corporate websites

Carol Ko | Sept. 18, 2008
Here are some ironic challenges that we experienced while conducting research.

5. Flash intros are poor tests for patience Despite being self-explanatory for non-journalist readers, I would like to stress that any full-page flash intro for a corporate website is bound to be a page view loser. Even if flash intros are mandatory for your corporate websites (and even for job opportunities pages), please keep the navigation buttons out of your flashes.

Carol Ko is the Deputy Editor of MIS Asia and is chiefly responsible for covering stories of CIOs and senior IT managers in North Asia.


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