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Website Reviews: What To Look For In Reviewing A Website
By: Bernard Peh
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    What is the first thing you see when you look at the page?

    (For example, a website might have a faint background and a bright logo. This means that the logo is meant to stand out and be remembered.)

    What parts of the design help/hinder the message?

    (For example, too much advertising can turn a reader off before they have even read the important bits)

    Is the design suited to what the website is meant to be doing?

    (For example, a website devoted to skiing would not look good in pink)

    Coding & Programming

    It helps if you are able to give a very brief description of the type of coding that may have been used to design the website (eg, HTML, Javascript, Flash, PHP, databases or shopping carts, etc) A mention of additional technical design may give more depth to the review (such as whether the frames displayed all the information correctly etc). However, if you don't know much about coding, you can always skip this subject.

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