Written by Claudia Radau
When it comes to making a website, there are two very distinct things you have to look out for, as far as I am concerned: the technical part, which includes all the designing, from user experience, user interface, look etc.; and the emotive, which is all about gut feelings and empathy, in the attempt to give a human “face” to the website.
To show you what I mean, I have put together a list of some of my favorite “About Us” pages from the interweb.
Written by Mark Macdonald
People don’t judge a book by its cover, do they?
Of course they do.
Whether it’s the presentation of your food at a fancy restaurant or the latest Apple product, humans just seem to love things that are beautifully designed.
And the same goes for your website. If you’re not presenting your visitors with an attractive site and packaging your products nicely, you’re definitely leaving money on the table.
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Have you ever picked up a workout supplement, only to read the laundry list of ingredients and put it back down in disgust? You likely have, because most supplement companies offer products that are filled with artificial ingredients, flavors, and fillers— and if you’re anything like me you avoid “weird stuff” like the plague. But this is where Natural Force will delightfully surprise you. Recently, two Natural Force products were certified Paleo Friendly by the Paleo Foundation because they were offering products that were unlike the rest—they were real, they were effective, and they were Paleo.
Natural Force®, the first sports nutrition company to release supplements made with all-natural and organic ingredients, announced the release of two new products today. The company is releasing their new intra-workout Iskiate Endurance and post-workout Recovery Nectar, available exclusively at MyNaturalForce.com.
Both of these new supplements are completely plant-based and Paleo diet friendly, making them popular with the CrossFit community. All Natural Force products are free of coloring, flavoring, and artificial ingredients, which the company is marketing simply as: BS FREE.
“What really sets us apart from any other supplement company is that all of our products are comprised of raw, whole food ingredients. Simply put, they are BS FREE,” said Joe Rakoski, co-founder of Natural Force.
“We didn’t just dump a bunch of different vitamins into a bottle and call it a day. We went above and beyond to seek out the most powerful super foods that would specifically aid in increasing athletic performance,” adds Justin Quinn.