Bm a Comprehensive Website Review Essay

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Bill Gates once compared the auto industry with the computer industry by stating "If GM had kept up with the technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25 cars that got 1,000 miles to the gallon." However, in today's technology driven society, the automotive industry is forced to adhere to the demands of the computer industry in order to remain a viable facet to the world economy. As a result of this technological revolution, companies such as B&M Racing are now finding themselves dependent on revenue via e-commerce as their primary source of income. B&M Automotive Products was founded by Bob Spar and Mort Schuman (B&M) in 1953, and has become the world's largest supplier of performance shifters to
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Figure 1.1 on the final page of the review provides a visual reference to the homepage of the website. The general appearance of the site is cutting edge; utilizing vibrant colors and modern images to illustrate the motor sport theme. The color scheme of the site revolves around the colors of the company logo. This alone serves to instill a sense of company and product pride within the user. Thumbnail graphics are utilized to enhance user interactivity while keeping clutter to a minimum. In order to further minimize entropy, information about individual products is limited, while links can be used to access further information. Centered on the notion of internet-based consumerism, is dedicated to pushing the sale of its products. From the homepage, a link titled Products may be accessed, which will open a page containing a number of B&M products placed into sub-categories ( reference figure 1.3 on the final page of the review). Each product may then be referenced individually via links containing thumbnail images as well as detailed product information. However, with no downloadable catalog and only a limited number of products on display, proves virtually inept when purchasing products online. Furthermore, prices are not displayed on the website due to a variance in individual

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