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Creuna launches new website

Danish web agency Creuna just launched it's new website. A great example of a well designed corporate online profile

Creuna Danmark A/S

It features a great deal of useful functionality not to mention lots of useful information. Unfortunately some validation errors will unfold, as with any CMS equipped with a ‘flexible’ editor, nothing too serious though. A great effort has been done to ensure usability, SEO, web standards and slick design through a number of various page types.

Ain’t she beautiful? Currently we are working on an English version as well as Norwegian. Ohh, did I mention this is currently where I am employed… Take a look around the Creuna universe.



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