Our website has a new look! There were a bunch of reasons for the redesign, but unification was a big one. We previously had at least 4 different styles on the site. One for the “classic” pages that had not been updated in a while. A different style for the 4 in a Row page. A different “new” style for On The Job and our contact page. And finally another style, not to mention url, for the blog. Now we’re finally back to one unified style, and the blog has been integrated into the main site, where it probably always should have been. Since the last time we updated the site, browser technology has really advanced, allowing us to do a lot of cool new stuff. And there isn’t a <table> tag in the entire site!
Our online store has been updated, and we can now (finally!) accept PayPal payments directly. We wanted to be able to accept American Express payments as well, but that is still a work in progress. For now, it is possible to set up a PayPal account with your American Express and use the PayPal option on our store. The look of the store has also been cleaned up so that it’s hopefully a little easier to use.
We have also started using Tender to handle our new forums. The goal is to unify support and take some of the pressure of of our email inbox, which really isn’t ideal for tracking and handling support requests.
As I mentioned, the blog has undergone a facelift. The focus of the blog has been somewhat wandering in the past. Going forward we will attempt to narrow that, focusing on mainly Stunt software news and tips for users of our software. Comments have been disabled. We found that comments were being maily used as another area for feature requests and suggestions, or even bug reports. This was not an ideal location, as it was hard for us to track. For comments of that nature, please use the new support forums. We’ll miss those comments that were simply complimentary, but think this simplification is for the best.
So, that’s about it for now. It’s time to get back to bug fixes and new features for our applications! The amount of work that goes into the website really makes it feel like another application, and in many ways it is. Just like any app, it’s bound to have a couple of bugs, so let us know if you see anything that doesn’t seem quite right.