Is this really a one "thing" for each rule (or should I say Guideline, since we don't have rules here)? I'll at least do a one good for one bad thing.
What is your favorite thing about the current Comic Collector Live's website?
- CCL is the only site I've found that values accuracy of information to the degree we do.
- The wishlist on my phone (I can't believe more people don't ask about it when I'm back-issue diving).
- Current issues are always in the database (something you rarely see elsewhere).
- Only place I know of that allows you to catalog, buy and sell all in one place (with a reasonable fee and the afore mentioned accuracy of info).
What is your least favorite thing about the current Comic Collector Live's website? Out of your least favorite, how would you address it to make it better?
Problem: Management's laissez-faire approach to just about everything and then wondering why folks think it's too little too late. From communication to customers (those buying the software, not the ones buying comics) the past year to handling poor behavior in the forums or by stores.
Suggestion: Get off the fence. This is the Internet, stuff doesn't just "work itself out." Take ownership of it all - the good and the bad, the fun and the painful.
Problem: Broken/Never-working functionality in the website.
Suggestion: Fix bugs. This is not the same as updates. Bugs should be fixed when they are found.
Problem: Inconsistencies between software and website.
Suggestion: Many changes were made when CR2.0 was added years ago, but never synced with the software. I should be able to get the same info from both.
Problem: Writers/Artists/Editors still haven't been broken out with more detail.
Suggestion: Jim stated this was built but never turned on. Turn it on!