Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Nov 09, 2015 Views: 55
Evaluating a website by functionality and design means that you are asking: Is the website functional and professional looking?
When considering the functionality and design of a website, ask yourself:
- Is the website well organized and easy to navigate? Is there a site map or index? Is the site searchable (e.i. does it have a search box somewhere on the page)?
- Are there spelling and grammatical errors on the website?
- Is the website free of broken links and missing images?
- Are there a lot of advertisements or pop-ups on the website?
What to avoid?
- Websites that have broken links, missing pages, and that are difficult to navigate.
- Websites that have a lot of advertisements and pop-ups.
|EXAMPLES||QUESTIONS TO ASK|
|Vegetarian Resource Group||Is the information easy to locate? Can you use a search box? Is it modern looking?|
|The White House||How well is the information organized? Is the site laid out in a logical manner?|
|Space Jam||Is the information easy to locate? Can you use a search box? Is it modern looking?|
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