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Unformatted text preview: Internet Exercise I: The Dell.com (2005) webpage is effective at exhibiting all of the possible product lines and services it offers. Underneath each option is a brief description of the available merchandise that can be viewed and purchased at the consequent webpage. In the middle of the site, a large banner advertises the Dell Outlet store where the user can receive “huge savings on top quality systems.” It appears as though this advert can be changed often, making it a spotlight of the “latest and greatest” Dell.com has to offer. However, some changes could be made to the site in order to improve it. The links for the specific types of government and education could appear on the “Government, Education, & Healthcare” page, rather than being stuck near the bottom of the homepage. This would clear up the main site, and allow for more room to enlarge the small font – another problem which hinders Dell.com’s effectiveness. A last possible improvement the site could undergo is the relocation of the login tool. As it is now, the login, which can improvement the site could undergo is the relocation of the login tool....
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- Spring '08
- site, Web page, technical document, Dell.com