New Version In The Works

At Make Me A Cocktail HQ over the past few months we’ve been brainstorming exactly what else we’d like on the site, and how to move the site forward to a new version. We’ve come up with some great ideas (no really, we’re super stoked about implementing some of them), but we’re only one part of the machine, and we’d love to hear from you on what exactly you’d like to see added / tweaked / removed / reworked on our site.

Some area’s we’d love to hear about are:

  • What is missing from the site
  • How can we make it easier to use
  • What functions do you use the most and would like to be easier to access
  • Is something not shown on the site that could be
  • What feature is missing
  • What feature is broken / not implemented correctly
  • What information would make it more useful
  • Could something be removed
  • Have you seen something elsewhere you really like that you’d like to see added
  • …….

And so on. Really, anything goes, we’d love to hear as many suggestions as possible to create the best site we possibly can. If you’ve got any thoughts either post a comment below, email us on “contact@makemeacocktail.com” or use the contact page and let us know.

Thanks one and all, now go and make a lovely cocktail and enjoy what the weekend (/week) has to offer!

The Make Me A Cocktail Team

 

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