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Website Reviews: What To Look For In Reviewing A Website
By: Bernard Peh
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    Website Reviews: What To Look For In Reviewing A Website - Are the menus...

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    Are the menus or lists easy to read and find?

    Does the website flow from left to right (as the English language does) or if it doesn't, is it still effective and readable?

    Does the website load up quickly or not?

    (Usually, slow loading websites annoy readers and can be the result of big images that have not been optimised properly for the internet. Slow loading can also be due to Flash or large bits of code that have not been simplified.)

    Is the website simple looking or complicated?

    (This can add to problems finding the right buttons to press and hence, problems navigating)


    Does the website look like another website you have seen, or does it have its own personal flavour?

    (Some websites can look similar because they use the same advertising or design. The really good websites have a unique appearance that does not use a lot of advertising. The excellent websites are the ones you remember with fondness).

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