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Pacific Trails Resort Home Yurts Activities Reservations Organization Design Practices Design Practices Analysis of Pacific Trails Resort Design Practices That Have Been Well Met The colors used for the site are neutral and go together well, they are also used consistently from page to page. The fonts used on the page are also common fonts that the majority of viewers will have installed. All internal and external hyperlins on the site work as well, so there is no need to worry about visitors getting 404 errors. Design Practices That could be Improved The hyperlinks in the navigation bar do not change color to show they have been visited (by design), though links in the page will. I think links in the navigation bar could be improved by highlighting the background of the current page the user is on. The content presentation could be made a bit better by
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  • Fall '11
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