New Website : Harman Technology

Discussion in '[Partner] ILFORD PHOTO' started by Simon R Galley, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. Simon R Galley

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    Dear All,

    If you are interested we have launched a new website for HARMAN technology Limited : This explains more about the things we do and how we do them and may be of interest to you. It also introduces personally a great many of the HARMAN people who make the products you use...

    I cannot do a link thingy but its www.harmantechnology.com with links to our other websites the www.ilfordphoto.com website obviously is the main website for the monochrome products.

    As always we would be really interested in feedback from APUG members on what you think of it.

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
     
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    Wow wee I did a link without trying!!!!! and it works...

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
     
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    Simon,

    I can see your new website has a lot of potential. It's interesting to see what Harman does, along with some of the technological background of the operations in Mobberley and (I suppose now) Cumbria.

    Tom.
     
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    I enjoyed meeting the people of Harman. It added a personal touch to the site.
     
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    Simon,
    Looks good. One thing you should do is to point your domain at the nuke root so /dotnetnuke doesn't show up on the url. I love Nuke, use it all the time, but you should get it out of the url.

    D.
     
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    "Website not responding." D'oh.
     
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    I was "meeting" the staff and poor Andrew from sensitizing - his picture gives the name Judy.:smile:
     
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    Looks good Simon...very corporate yet user friendly.
     
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    Showing the faces behind the fences makes you different from the rest of the industry.
     
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    Thank you Simon.

    I must say, "Thank you!" The most frustrating issue for me, and I believe for many consumers, is lack of information. You have been most forthcoming, which is both much appreciated and an incentive to purchase your products.

    Cheers,
    Clarence
     
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    01 Nov 2007

    Simon:

    Thanks for a wonderful website. All the more interesting because I have visited Mobberley, and met some of these people. I really like having a single place where all of the Harman Technology's product information can be found.

    My only suggestion is that I find it very hard to read white text on a black background.

    Regards,
    Darwin
     
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    Dear All,

    I am pleased to say that on the website Andrew is no longer Judy, unfortuanately to everyone at HARMAN he is now known as Judy...
    ahhh the power the internet...

    Thanks for the positive feedback

    Simon ILFORD Photo / HARMAN technology Limited :
     
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    Simon, you might want to have your developer move the pages on the site to the root of the domain, instead of leaving it in the dotnetnuke directory.

    FYI, dotnetnuke is an open source ASP.NET framework, well known within the .NET community - I've used early versions myself.

    Thanks for the site, great to see the people behind the products.
     
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    Got access now, and found the following:
    "HARMAN has a coating machine specifically designed for coating on glass plates, and produces specialist plates for scientific uses - nuclear plates for particle physics, and Q-plates for mass spectrography. We also have the capability of producing photographic glass plate equivalents of some of our film products, though these are not routinely available."

    Guess we'll see some people on APUG making a special order...
     
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    :wink: I just noticed that too. Very interesting indeed...