Bless her and all who sail in her
By Trampoline Systems | Thursday, October 12th, 2006Much as a growing child needs a new set of clothes from time to time, so the replacement of one website by another marks the evolution of a growing company. Trampoline’s first site was cobbled together with leftover bits of the user interface from our initial product. It served its purpose for a couple of years, with extra pages tacked on here and there, but by summer 2005 it was becoming a bit of an embarassment.
As every software or web development company knows, finding time to work on your own site is next to impossible; it always, but always, gets put off because there’s something more pressing. So in September 2005 we simply decided one morning that by the time we left that evening we would have a new website, and thus was born Trampoline’s second site. It was beautifully simple, just a single page bringing together all the key information. But a year on it was clear we needed to communicate more and it was time for a third site.
This time it’s happened with surprisingly little effort. Mike’s very first design template got everyone’s approval. There was a brief false start with MovableType but the attractions of dynamic publishing led us to try Symphony21. The main content was hacked together yesterday afternoon.
And now, here it is.
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