Tu/Th 5:00–6:20 | section FIVE | intro to graphic design | Renée Stevens

BAD: The first website that I chose was http://www.sfpizzeria.com/. I found this site on websitesthatsuck.com. The issue with this homepage is not that the viewer doesn’t know what they are selling, but that there is no directions on how to navigate through the site. The site looks like this when you open it. One might think that is all the website has to offer, but if you scroll down there are picture, menus, and even videos. There is only one page to the entire website which makes it annoying, confusing, and it takes a long time to load.

GOOD: I chose dominoes.come because it was also a pizza site, but it was actually a good site. Their website was very well done. This website actually had a navigation bar and was not all one page.  This one was clearly better. If you wanted to find out what kind of pizza they had it took one click instead of scrolling through an entire webpage. The  page looked like this. It was very well organized and the viewer knew exactly how to find the information they were looking for. It was clear and concise. The navigation was effective. The method they used to breakup the navigation bar was to divide it based on categories (menu, coupons, locations etc.). This was smart because once the person knew what they wanted they only needed to click once. The website is clean and professional so that might lead a customer to believe they are a reliable company. The navigation bar relates to the style of the brand. They mostly use red and blue because those are the colors in their logo.

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