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Ship Watchers to show off our main new website redesign in 2012.

We have been working on the new reorganizing of shipwatchers.com for a better feel and professional redesign for all potential and existing clients to get the most out of our site.

We will be launching this new site on January 3rd, 2011 for all to see.  The new site design will help potential clients get the information they need on our vast services, new added solutions for our service base and offer more features for shipping carriers and clients to use with one touch.

This reorganizing will not change the color or design feel of the site, it is based to reorganize the existing content and add the new information on our services. 

Redesigning will also impact our mobile website located at: http://m.shipwatchers.com

Thank you for taking the time to review this important and exciting information.

We hope that you are having Happy Holidays so far.

www.shipwatchers.com

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  1. Webster Shields

     I think it looks great! The new design is very clean and simple, with a lot of white space, which is always a good thing. I also like the fact that you've kept the old logo on the bottom of the page. Visit this  https://www.asianefficiency.com/productivity/things-bed-wake-refreshed-productive/ website for further details. It's something I've been thinking about doing myself in my personal website redesign.

  2. Ciara Veum

     ShipWatchers is a great example of how to use a new website design. The new design is clean, simple and easy to navigate. It's also responsive, which makes it easier for mobile users to find what they're looking for. Click holiday PowerPoint templates to download holiday templates. The site uses color very well—it's bright and eye-catching without being too much. It also uses white space well, so everything fits together nicely. I like that there are links at the top of the page that direct people to different sections of the site, but they don't distract from the main content area at all.