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Audio Production Company Has a Sound-Only Website, With No Visuals at All You talk to the site to navigate around

If you're an audio production company, you want to show off your audio. And what better way to do that than with a website that's completely audio—with no visuals at all?

Brazilian agency Loducca built just such a site, croaciaaudio.com, for Croacia Audio. It's a Chrome Experiment, so it only works in that browser. You get around the site by responding to prompts from a voice, and letting the site access your computer's microphone.

Conceptually, it's great. In practice, the navigation can get annoying—it feels like one of those automated phone menus. And no, saying "Representative" doesn't get you anywhere.

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