July 18th, 2007

Aku

Also, bite me, customer support.

Let's say a man wanted to provide valuable customer feedback. Let's say you're a large corporation selling a product. Maybe your packaging lists a 1-800 number and a website as avenues for customer comments.

It might be nice of you to make it obvious (less than 5 minutes of searching the website) how to provide feedback.

It might be nice of you to provide an email address instead of a web form.

If you decide to provide a web form for feedback, it might be nice if the form could fit more than a single sentence without scrolling. People might like to be able to see what they're typing.


Or, maybe you hate your customers. In which case, never mind.
seattle

Gratuitous Seattle Icon Post

I assume that's supposed to be Seattle. I swiped it from a commercial for The Simpsons Movie.

Mount Rainier should have much more snow, and I'm not sure where the camera's supposed to be. It could be in West Seattle - Alki Beach area, but the angle's all wrong. Maybe Bainbridge Island.


And gee, if that's a monorail in the foreground, it could be practically ANYWHERE in Washington.