looking for website examples displaying breadth and depth of product offering

13 Mar 2009 - 2:51pm
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Joshua Porter
2007

Hi Kristi,

Check out:

http://freshbooks.com
http://highrisehq.com/

for two sites that do this well.

Cheers,

Josh

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13 Mar 2009 - 3:08pm
dirtandrust
2008

Movie sites usually have good carousels. Some other good carousel
patterns here:
http://www.welie.com/patterns/showPattern.php?patternID=carrousel

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13 Mar 2009 - 4:01pm
Evan Meagher
2009

The Apple Store does this fairly well, both on the main page and with
the slider carousel in the Mac section: http://store.apple.com/us

Mint's splash page lays out what their service can do fairly usably:
http://www.mint.com/

Although not the best example, BECU's website is pretty good at
displaying useful information, as far as bank sites go. They openly
list APR's on the front page, along with clear links to useful
subpages: https://www.becu.org/

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