Web Site Analysis - Web Site Analysis Web Site Analysis 1 Web Site Analysis Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College of University of Phoenix Web Site

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Web Site Analysis 2 Surfing the internet can be enjoyable, be challenging, or a headache to the searcher. Having a plethora of well structured sites to view will help to ensure a positive experience for all. That being said, there are many sites that could use improvement and some that need extreme revision. The website that I analyzed was http://gigaom.com/ . This site is well structured, has plenty of white space, and the information provided was well written. The information provided is on a constant update. The creators have current and pertinent information, plus a search bar. The search bar is a nice tool to go to where you need or to find information quickly. But with all sites there is always room for improvement. There are many new people to the computer industry. As such, there are many that do not understand the jargon that is currently used on some sites. The computer language can be difficult for many and a dictionary may help with the language and jargon. The definition of the jargon can be in a hover link. This will allow the viewer to hover over the word to see what it means without leaving the page. This will go a long way for the site. People will talk of how the site educated them on the current lingo and how they felt comfortable while surfing. Many developers allow the writers to personalize their own page. I like this idea because it
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2010 for the course IT IT236 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Web Site Analysis - Web Site Analysis Web Site Analysis 1 Web Site Analysis Sonja Saltzgiver Axia College of University of Phoenix Web Site

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