Check How Websites Look On The Back
How would you like to know what is going on behind your favorite website? Confused? That’s exactly what I mean. What if you could see the other side of the websites you visit, the one inside your computer!?
Still confused? Well, here’s the back of Twitter to let you understand the concept:
That image is part of a project/blog called Back of A Webpage. If you go here you’ll see the back of a bunch other websites, including Flickr, YouTube, Facebook and Apple.
It’s quite a creative idea in my opinion. The only problem I see is that the novelty factor dies down quite fast. Once you visit the site and see the images you are pretty much done (i.e., there’s no need to return).
If you want to send your own images or request a website to be featured you can reach the authors on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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14 Responses to “Check How Websites Look On The Back”
Shyam @ScorpionGod Lair
Wooop Nice site. and nice post… confused!!!!!! what is the aim of this website back?
Interesting blog. Thanks for share
Hahaha… Just a simple and interesting program
lol. now im curious about dailyblogtips look on the back 😛
The butt of guy? what? ha ha ha Not sure If I want to see that.
Interesting little site. Good for a few minutes of entertainment.
I tried sharing it with my Facebook friends and I’ve been blocked for adding spam content.
I thought it was fun, not spam.
I guess this is just another tool to aid procrastination 😉 hehe
I have to say it is good fun though! I guess I’m a sucker for fun little quirks like this 😉
Here i am little confuse but i think this is just for some inspiration or entertainment.
@John and Andrea, The purpose is just to provide some fun.
still confused, what is the purpose of it?
Raj @ Social Media Guide
Interesting.. couldn’t stop myself appreciating it..
Jeff the Smallbizartist
I find that this idea can be expanded upon. Like the author says, there’s “no need to return”. Business owners should always look for ways to engage their customers and above all, provide reasons for their repeated patronage. To make things easier on this novelty website, visitors should be able to key in their own URL and hit ‘enter’ to immediately see a preview of their website in reverse.
As a freelance copywriter, I’m always observing how small businesses can improve their rapport with clients by looking at things in their perspective.
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