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Personalised Cruise Tour June 7, 2006

Posted by lsalama06 in Dissertation.
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Now while researching sites that are applying personalised features…I came across an interactive overwhelming experience on http://www.freedomoftheseas.com

…..mmmmmmm wish to be there for real 😦

Quick site review:
-It’s interactive site using FLASH8
-The personalisation feature on this site is through selecting a menu that drops down from the top of the screen, where you can select what type of vacation you are looking for and based on that the host gives you the tour.
-Video speed is quick and its quality is crystal clear.
-Navigation tools used is innovative, there are gold bubbles appearing on the screen where user can interact with people and objects or user can simply click on the arrows that appear on the screen.
-using room map above the screen is also another navigation tool where user selects the types of rooms or decks he/she would like to explore
-to go back home click on the anchor
-Has option to exit, skip intro and go back to the home page
Note: the Homepage is based on Tables and not CSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-User also has the option to turn on/off the sound
-User can reserve online or contact the cruise agents for further inquiries.

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1. Witoon - June 11, 2006

Hi Lubna,
Just try the site, it does look good.
But if I was a real target group, I would very much need information (real one) rather
than listen to this presnters talking.

I mean may be this is the way they do
commercials in The US.

U seem to have come along really.

Good luck and c u soon:)


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