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Posted December 2nd, 2011 at 02:13:20 pm by Mitch Flynn

Cookie cutter websites Procrustes was the name of a legendary Greek bandit who literalized the concept of "one size fits all" in the most morbid of ways: he tied his victims to his bed, and if they didn't fit exactly (no one did), he'd stretch them if they were too short and lop off their legs if they were too long. (No mention if the box spring was free.) Procrustes was a precursor of the cookie cutter approach to website design - off with their headlines if they're too long and justify the type if it's too short - for a fixed price, you get a fixed solution. Good for some, but our approach is to look at website development from a marketing point of view, and a one-size-fits-all approach doesn't lend itself to communicating the individuality that is the essence of a brand. What's a marketing point of view? Understanding your targets, the benefits of your product or service, your goals, your budget, and seeing the bigger picture of your company or organization and how it relates to your online presence. Check out one of the sites we've done that embodies these principles at the link below.

Link: http://www.flynnandfriends.com/flynnsites.php?work_id=48

2 Responses to "Cookie cutter websites"

MB on 2016-05-25 06:45:43

I wanted to use your agency website in a university class I teach. Are you still around and working under this name?

jolia on 2018-07-08 06:51:06

The history of this game or design is so long as Greece. The king of Greece used it to kill his victims and it creat joy for him. An article on the topic of this design is published on thecollegeworkbook where you can get more information and can ask questions to the bloggers. hey will help you immediately.

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