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Please help us test the new Merlin Works website!

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Is anyone interested in testing the new Merlin Works website: http://item-9.com/merlinworks/ ?

Specifically, can you use the site/register for classes? Are there any errors? Is there something you can’t find?

If there is anything really weird, please include the url and/or a screenshot.

Thank you in advance.
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I like it! Looks great and all the links seem to work. Nicely done!
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Post by Brent Unger »

There's a small spelling error on this page. http://item-9.com/merlinworks/advanced-improv-classes/#

"Each classes is taught by a veteran improvisor/instructor"
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looks great! super sleek and easy to navigate.
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How easy is it to find the beginner 101 class registration link? Are there any points of frustration that you encountered along the way?
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jpelker wrote:How easy is it to find the beginner 101 class registration link? Are there any points of frustration that you encountered along the way?
It was really easy to find. The first time I tried I went to the Register button at the top and clicked Beginner from the drop down menu, which took me to the big blue ENROLL NOW button. The second time I just clicked the ENROLL NOW button from the home page. Both ways were very simple and obvious.
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Possibly have a button for "enroll now - beginner" and "enroll now - advanced". It took me a bit to figure out how to get to the advanced courses.
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This is great feedback, guys! Keep it coming!
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So pretty! I wish I had more time to explore it!
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