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Saw this at a store the other day and thought it was pretty cool (not the product, the packaging). If they would have just followed through on their web site, it could have been so much cooler.

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By Chris Tingom

Principal of Tornado Design, a Phoenix, AZ based web consultancy

6 replies on “Dryerballs”

The website is such a disappointment…the brand has such potential, from the look of the packaging. The site looks flat and dull in comparison – it wouldn’t have been too hard to bring in some of that retro, printed and slightly distressed look.

Still, I have those dryer balls and they’re a cool product!

Hey fellas, may I ask what’s so bad about the website? I took a look at it and thought that the clean white space made it easy on the eyes and simple. Then again, I’m not a web designer, so what do I know. 😉

In this day and age brand recognition depends so heavily on repetition and coordination. That website is a huge missed opportunity to leverage brand recognition.

I have some of these, except they came in As Seen On TV packaging, and didn’t really work. But my dogs love them!

I bought these, and sadly, after a few months of use, one of the balls cracked open. I still haven’t heard back from them about a possible exchange…

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