Having been around since 1989, Robtex has always stood for consistency and sticking to what works. If it works, don't break it - right?
However, in recent years, the general trends in IT have been rapidly shifting towards a more mobile platform. In light of this, we feel that it would be ideal to find a new design that works well on all platforms.
Doing so would require a tremendous effort, given the sheer scale of the Robtex backend. As such, we feel it is paramount to gather valuable feedback before commencing on a journey of that proportion.
If you have any suggestions on features you would like to see implemented in Robtex.com, reply here or via email (email@example.com).
We would also like to take this opportunity to share an extremely early glimpse of what Robtex might (!) look like in the future. Remember, this is basically a 0.1 draft of a brainstorm-mockup. We will not settle for anything less than perfection, so please let us know what you think. There is no ETA on when/if this will happen. That is all up to you! This would be the start page of Robtex, and you would enter all your searches into one field. The top menu has been omitted from the screenshot, as we have not yet finished with its mockup. Naturally, the page would be responsive and work equally well in mobile and regular/old school/big devices (not sure what to say since mobile devices are almost the norm these days?). Don't mind the poor alignment of the text in the search button and other similar quirks; it is just a mockup.
So, should we stick to the way Robtex.com looks today, or should we give it a more modern look? If so, would this be a reasonable direction to take? If not, what would be?
Thank you for your time and for your loyalty.
Best regards,+Johan Boger
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