· The end result is a fully built website for both. It’s the behind-the-scenes process involved in the launch pad site that the company and users don’t see that enables a faster launch.
· A launch pad and a traditional website do look quite different. Launch pad websites are much smaller and require a great deal of content to be removed or archived.
· The launch pad is only seen by a small group of users during the user testing process. The rest of the company and users don’t see the website until you launch the full traditional site.
· None of the above accurately describe why it’s hard to tell the difference.