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From Videme Montcho <mt.videm@...>
Sent Tue, 17 May 2016 17:01:23 UTC
Subject [Frogans technology - Early-questions] Suggestions for Frogans interface improvements
Date Tue, 17 May 2016 17:01:25 UTC

My name is Videme MONTCHO, designer. I am writing this post to submit
some update that may improve the user experience and interface of the
software and thus the websites rendering. Here are some of them:
1. Add some fonts: especially Helvetica Neue, Open Sans, and Century
Gothic which are all three graphically most appreciated fonts of the
industry, though not free as for the first of those.
2. Increase the size per slides: from 256kb to 512kb.
3. Add transitions capabilities between slides to the software: fading,
revealing, sliding, zooming, and so on...
4. Add Gif encoding and decoding capabilities to the software, as well
as sending and receiving audios and text (text editing and
interaction). Check on APNG or MNG file format at
5. Add the capacity to open twice the same website running at the same
time and shortcut to switch between them
6. Add a mailing system, contact forms and content selecting options.
7. Add a shortcut for reloading pages
8. Add a search bar to the Frogans software to look up for website and
bases (test*, .com*, world* , and so on...)
9. Add redirection interface and route to other platform and services.
10. Add a mobile network handling (ability to make calls)
Be and stay blessed,
Mr. Videme Auguste T. MONTCHO
Contacts: [2](+225) 49 38 75 09
        [3](+229) 66 49 50 44


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