Dominique de Villepin is a famous french politician, now also a candidate to become president of the country. He is the one who took a stand at the UN against the war in Irak, but it looks that he also should take a stand against his web design agency.

What did they do wrong? Just copy-pasting an old template they used for a funeral counceling website and use it to create de Villepin’s candidacy’s website. Even worst, they thought it would be clever to add some Google Ads to a campaigning politician’s website.

Nearly everything is pretty much the same on both sites, even the labels on the contact form. What astonishes me is that the agency who worked on both websites proudly displays it on its portfolio.