Dear Google, Why there is “No Space” in your Copyright info on your Gmail inbox? That is in between the “©” & “2012”. It’s been ages and you haven’t updated your Copyright style in Gmail.
Until 2010 the Copyright on your so called patented Google Homepage was also like this.
And then you changed the Copyright and added the “Space” back in 2011 for your homepage. But why not Gmail?
Okay wait, now, does that really matter?
Of course not. I’m pretty sure that most people around won’t give importance to this thing. Since they don’t care about it. But as a perfectionist I hate it when I see that since its not the professional way to display Copyright. If I’m right you’re the only tech giant who doesn’t give importance to this. You can check out the footer of a Microsoft or a Yahoo! and learn how to design a web page.
Of the top three e-mail providers – Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail & Gmail – you may be the winner when it comes to features. But it ends there. I hate the @gmail.com brand.
Thank God (if exists) Google launched Gmail for domains (now part of Google Apps) where you can create your own @example.com e-mail IDs and still enjoy all the features of Gmail. Gmail for domains wasn’t a novel idea since Microsoft introduced Windows Live Custom Domains even before that. But I chose Gmail for domains itself since Hotmail is not as powerful as Gmail.
And when it comes to graphics no one can beat Microsoft. I love almost all Microsoft websites for it’s awesome design. They do is professionally.
Now see where the footer of an empty Gmail inbox lies. Can’t you align it properly?
…and few words to Microsoft.
Do you really want to show that small small banner right below the left navigation? After all it’s showing Microsoft’s own ads.