Final Project- Web Site Analysis

Final Project Web - Running head WEB SITE ANALYSIS 1 Web Site Analysis Stephen D James IT/236 Miguel Garcia-Uchofen University of Phoenix(Axia

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Running head: WEB SITE ANALYSIS 1 Web Site Analysis Stephen D, James IT/236 Miguel Garcia-Uchofen April 17, 2011 University of Phoenix (Axia College)
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WEB SITE ANALYSIS 2 Web Site Analysis Introduction In this analysis, I have chosen to evaluate the Web site for Dynamic Photorealistic 3D Graphing Software for Math and Physics (DPGraph) located at the Web address http://dpgraph.com/ . In this evaluation of DPGraph, I will be giving my observations and opinions, as well as stating my thoughts and suggestions that will improve their Web site layout and navigation which will increase their revenue from more subscriptions. Evaluation Upon the initial loading of DPGraph’s Web site, it would appear too flash and busy to most users. On the home page, they definitely don’t have the appropriate amount of white space. In fact, the site has a majority of a repeated animated image that has been set as the background. With the background so animated, it just confuses the user as it keeps bringing your attention to the animations and it takes longer to focus and find what you are looking for. When I first visited this site, it took me about fifteen minutes on the home page to figure out what was going on and what I needed to do in the navigation to get to what I wanted, I then figured out this site. After figuring out the home page as being a marketing tool to showcase their product to could be subscription holders, you realize it is not as bad as originally thought, but they could have done it differently. This site could load faster if it didn’t have so many animated images on the home page. They have put the navigation up on top centered in a small area, which makes it hard to see where you want to navigate to. Under the navigation there is a good text area that informs the
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course IT/236 2 taught by Professor Valeriashapko during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Final Project Web - Running head WEB SITE ANALYSIS 1 Web Site Analysis Stephen D James IT/236 Miguel Garcia-Uchofen University of Phoenix(Axia

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