PPH gets a fresh look

November 5, 2009

As part of our ongoing endeavor to make our site as simple and as easy to use as possible, we have now re-designed our homepage. We are constantly trying to improve how PeoplePerHour works internally and we want this to be reflected externally as well. “Packaging” does matter!

By including an outline of the four steps of our project-posting process, we believe that our users will now grasp the concept of PeoplePerHour.com from their first glance at our webpage.

We value your feedback greatly. If you have any ideas on how to improve PeoplePerHour.com and if there is anything that you feel is not clear or easy enough to use, please let us know. Our goal is to satisfy all our users, so please help us understand you.

Advertisements

PPH gets a new look

April 9, 2009

We have been collecting feedback about the design of the site for a while now; both through the messages/emails we get and also by proactively contacting as many of our users as possible to get feedback.

With that in mind, we have now launched a new, cleaner design that will hopefully address most of the feedback we have been receiving. Please take a moment to check out the new design and feel free to send us any feedback that you might have.

We will continue the redesign exercise over the next few months to improve other sections of the site – it is our ongoing goal to make the site as easy as possible to use and understand so thank you for your feedback so far and we hope that you will like the new design.

Earlier today, Silicon.com has published an extensive article featuring PPH’s provider Kirpal Sachdev – the article, entitled ‘Credit crunch turns techies to second jobs’ examines how the recent economic climate and rising cost of living impacts IT workers.

 

This follows a number of other articles in the press featuring PPH providers. We are committed to featuring as many providers as possible in press articles and TV/radio interviews so if you have an interesting story please let us know, especially if the freelancing services you offer are different to your day job.