New Testimonial: The Game Effect

We've got a new testimonial! This time around, it's from the CEO EIC of The Game Effect, Joshua Garwood. We were really pleased to work with him on the new design for the Game Effect website. Check out the testimonial below:

"As someone who rarely finds complete satisfaction with external work, I have to say that I consistently find myself smiling at what Arora has created here. I can confidently say that I am elated with the site and the design that Arora has developed. It not only gives us a unique and appealing identity, but creates a functional and fluid experience for our users that they can't find elsewhere. I am happy to say that this is the best looking game site that I have ever seen, and can't wait to share it with the Internet masses. I've said it before, but I'll say it again, Arora Designs did an amazing job here!"

Thanks a ton, Josh! We look forward to working with you again soon!


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