Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

Stephanie

In next month or so, Karen and I will be looking to update the overall look and feel of the Rhodia Drive Blog. Our first priority is to make it easier for you to share content with your friends on the most popular social networks. Next, we want to lay out the blog in such a way that makes you want to stuck around and discover additional content.

But I suppose I should first ask, how are you reading Rhodia Drive? Do you visit the blog directly via computer? iPad? Smartphone? Are you subscribed via e-mail? Or do you read this and other blogs via a feed reader?

We’d also love to hear if you think there are any features or functions that we could add to the blog to improve your Rhodia experience.

While you ponder, feel free to listen to a little vintage Bowie.

 


30 thoughts on “Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

  1. I read the blog via desktop. Please make the site quick loading. Remember that in some parts of the USA, high speed/broadband connections are not yet available.

  2. I read the blog via desktop. Please make the site quick loading. Remember that in some parts of the USA, high speed/broadband connections are not yet available.

  3. I agree with the folks above that I like the way the site is but as someone who creates and manages websites professionally I know that a new look/redesign is sometimes necessary to keep things fresh.

    I access the site on my laptop. I don’t visit it usually unless there’s a post on my Facebook feed from your Facebook page. The content you post there is almost always interesting and worth a click-through, which is something I can’t say about very many sites.

    As a social media and stationary enthusiast, and if I were going to redo this blog, I’d move over to tumblr. Simple, clean layouts that can be easily customized and the community you can build there is wonderful. There are so many stationary and design folks on tumblr. I could really see the kind of content you’re developing being easily shared and curated over there, particularly through Pinterest. In my experience Pinterest and tumblr go hand-in-hand really, really well.

    Thanks for making a great blog!

  4. I agree with the folks above that I like the way the site is but as someone who creates and manages websites professionally I know that a new look/redesign is sometimes necessary to keep things fresh.

    I access the site on my laptop. I don’t visit it usually unless there’s a post on my Facebook feed from your Facebook page. The content you post there is almost always interesting and worth a click-through, which is something I can’t say about very many sites.

    As a social media and stationary enthusiast, and if I were going to redo this blog, I’d move over to tumblr. Simple, clean layouts that can be easily customized and the community you can build there is wonderful. There are so many stationary and design folks on tumblr. I could really see the kind of content you’re developing being easily shared and curated over there, particularly through Pinterest. In my experience Pinterest and tumblr go hand-in-hand really, really well.

    Thanks for making a great blog!

  5. I like to connect to rhodiadrive via iphone or mac and social media is no concern to me. Writing letters to friendoils paper is so much more meaningful than facebook could ever be.

  6. I like to connect to rhodiadrive via iphone or mac and social media is no concern to me. Writing letters to friendoils paper is so much more meaningful than facebook could ever be.

  7. I am so old fashioned! I just use a desktop, but I love the site the way it is. I too, would love to see more art here, just because I completely lack artistic abilities and love to drool over the work of those who don’t.

  8. I am so old fashioned! I just use a desktop, but I love the site the way it is. I too, would love to see more art here, just because I completely lack artistic abilities and love to drool over the work of those who don’t.

  9. RSS feed into my email, whether on computer or phone. Currently linked in from my Google page, where it shows up between news and other apps. If it doesn’t dump into my email, I won’t usually see it/read it.

  10. RSS feed into my email, whether on computer or phone. Currently linked in from my Google page, where it shows up between news and other apps. If it doesn’t dump into my email, I won’t usually see it/read it.

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