The new d-link.com is a great site to navigate and a great example of Web 3.0 or maybe 4.0. It's nice how it avoids scrolling and keeps everything consise.. and QUICK drill downs and tabs when appropriate.
It fits great on a wide screen and almost behaves like a Software program. Top Nav, Bottom Nav, Tabs, Settings, Cookie Settings and Preferences.
Ony drawback might be SEO .. but with the number of hits the TLD gets I'm sure it won't kill them. Also thier link structure is super simple so this is a huge bonus over other Content Managment Systems and database driven websites. They probably feed a site index of all key words matching the PID of the page. http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=430
Looks. like it uses everything available. Flash keeps alot of things in the right borders.
Only a few things, like search results, are framed.
Only found a few times where the naviagation took me out of the main site. (ie. places that should have opened in a new window .. or at least a frame.
Overall this site is very impressive
Also, good use of Social networking and website evangalism. It has the Shareit (Addthis.com) button in a great place and it's Facebook, Twitter and Youtube connection in a great spot. Almost too good, because it temps you to forget about shopping and look at the external content.
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