Existing Website Evaluations


INTRODUCTION

In this section we each evaluated our own websites and made our own conclusions on what we thought were the best and worst features. From this we were able to draw up a summary from looking at the good and bad websites we explored – the features which should be included in the website and which shouldn’t be.

 

LOOKING AT GOOD AND BAD WEBSITES

In the images below we have discussed what makes a good a bad website. We have discovered more about web standards in terms of logo placement, visual hierarchy, button functionality, navigation and naming while also looking at usability and accessibility. This is what we believed were essential aspects of a good website when applied correctly. We looked when doing out individual explanations at these key principles and how they have been applied to various website examples – and the effects that they had on the appearance of the website.  We explored these websites, summarising what we thought thought the defining principles that made them either good or bad. Below, we have summarised some of the main aspects which were common findings throughout our individual website research.

 

 

We have included our own individual website research below.

 

PDF DOCUMENT LINKS

Rebecca analysis of good and bad website

http://trevsfiles.com/principles1/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Sams-Analysis-of-one-good-and-     one-bad-website.pdf

http://trevsfiles.com/principles1/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Ellis-Analysis-of-one-good-and-one-bad-website.pdf

http://trevsfiles.com/principles1/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/James-Analysis-of-one-good-and-one-bad-website.pdf