By Adriel Hampton / July 19, 2009, 12:22 pm
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And Alex – thanks for the kind words. Your summation is exactly correct. This site is the product of listening to our users, analyzing metrics, and thinking outside the box.
This site is very inaccessible and provides a questionable design. I use IE 7 at work and I cannot access all the menu items. Did they do browser testing before launch? The large graphic on slower connections is a total waste of bandwidth and does not convey any meaningful information to the user. Oh yes, the graphic is very pretty – but slows down the download time immensely.
The site is VERY clunky and it is not intuitive at all – unless you want to search.
I also do not understand the design concept logic. So if I discover that most people click on page X, would I then put the largest link taking up most of my homepage - page X? No, in fact it says the opposite. It says that everyone can easily find page X if that’s what they wanted.
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