Sightspeed is a service much like Skype and is owned by Logitech, a company well known for making quality computer peripherals like webcams, mice, keyboards and more. The company was bought out in 2008 and since then the software was updated to become Logitech Vid, while this service was apparently abandoned.
The Sightspeed website could really use a makeover. It looks fairly generic and touts various awards the software won, but the last one was three years ago. With it's overuse of stock photos and stale color scheme, I don't see many new customers being turned on by the first impression their site makes. Even worse, it doesn't work properly when you try to download the trial version. It asks you to choose a plan, then presents no plans, and it won't let you get past that first step. I had to use Google to do a search for 'Sightspeed download' and that took me to a Sightspeed download page that didn't appear to be linked from the front page of the site at all. I then had to fill out a form to create an account, then it finally let me get the software.
Once I finally got the Sightspeed client installed and running, I was not impressed. The interface is hideous and caused eyestrain. For example, the menu system uses white text over reflective color buttons and it looks like the kind of junk you used to see on personal websites years ago when amateurs used 'button generators' to make all the navigation tabs for their site. I suppose it all makes sense when you go to the About section and see that the software hasn't been updated since 2008. Too many of the buttons within the program force a browser window to open up the Sightspeed website instead of keeping all content within the application. For example, if I wanted to view call rates, I have to let a browser window open. The same goes for trying to manage videos. Combine all that with grossly oversized fonts, and this looks like some kind of freshman year college student's programming class project interface.