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  • Analyzing Apple's Websites

    No website is made instantly available for the people to use, it takes months to debug and finalize it. Larger companies such as Apple must test their websites extensively to ensure that their website is user-friendly and offers easy navigation throughout the site. Apple, one of the largest technology companies, must provide a site that is attractive and eye-catching. Does Apple’s website prove to be an organized and well created website compared to its’ competitors, such as Samsung? Many components must be laid out before building a website for the use of many people. One of the main components is the navigation and the visuals of the site. Apple is in direct competition with many other tech companies, such as Samsung. Apple’s website can…

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  • Comparing Two Websites

    Compare the two websites you have selected, which are The Maine Website and The Paris Pass Firstly, I will be talking about the Maine Website. This website does have relevant information regarding places the tourits could visit, the place that will be suitable for tourists and book the place they are considering. It makes it less complex for the tourist and they are will less likely be lost. There are maps available, which they can download, which means they are more secure and wouldn 't need to…

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  • Bluehost Website Analysis

    the technological arms race into the hands of consumers. The epitome of this is the creation of websites, a skill that once belonged only to a select few that dedicated significant time and effort into honing their skills. Now creating an inexpensive, but quality website is easy to achieve. Deciding on a domain name is the first step to constructing a website. The domain name should be the company name, organization, or the creators own name to differentiate itself from other competitors (Quick…

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  • Website Design Essay

    Most companies and organizations have a website, assess what extent the site is valid and how to design a website. In this essay, illustrates the factors of the design website. This essay will discuss how to design a website to attract customers, comparative to three websites, and in the design of a website needs to consider some factors. It will first consider how to use the website to attract a customer and Carling’s company how to attract a customer. It will then consider reduced…

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  • Kids Health Website Analysis

    The Kids Health website an outstanding source of information When a person first looks at this web site they may think they stumbled across a wealth of information about Attention -Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). While examining this site, it is apparent that this site has a vast amount of information that is impressive and well thought out. The Kids Health website by Nemours was established in 1995 and has been updated through 2015. The Kids Health website provides a considerate amount of…

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  • Dangers Of Bad Internet Website

    Top ten valid an in valid websites Since the birth of the internet websites has come and go, the internet went through the dot- com stage where it inspired many hopes for the future of online business. For this reason, many companies were trying to open a dot.com. The market became flooded with Dot-com that wanted to do a parentage of its business on the Internet. They work through a website that uses a domain. before the bubble burst dot-com stock soared to a very high price and everybody…

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  • Washingtonpost. Com: Website Analysis

    credibility of an online website goes a long way on showing whether or not it is reliable for information. There are many different criteria to look for in a reliable website including appearance, organization, and credibility. The website I evaluated for my topic of choice was WashingtonPost.com. The website provides instant news and information of various topics from all over the world in an organized, user-friendly fashion. After browsing the website, I was able to conclude that…

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  • Sit 4 Life Website Analysis

    Introduction I will be reviewing and evaluating the Sit 4 Life website to assist our company with finding a new website design, I would like to include following components by Mike Markel in our new website: 1. Informative headers and footers 2. Easy Navigation using a site map, a table of contents, back-to-top links, and textual navigation buttons 3. Extra features such as FAQ, a search box, resource links, etc. 4. Links to social-media sites 5. Simple backgrounds and conservative color…

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  • Website Usability In The Retail Grocery Industry

    Over the past number of years, consumers have become accustomed to certain standards in web design. In order to make a lasting impression on website visitors, an experience needs to be built that goes beyond that of a plain, usable website. Usability is crucial online as it has direct impact on the potential revenue a website can produce. Similarly social media can also impact on an organisations bottom line. Social media allows retailers to increase awareness of a product or service, allowing…

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  • Reflective Websites: Responsive Web Design

    Responsive Web Design With the rapid creation of new and innovative ways for consumers to browse the Internet, delivering a functional yet aesthetically pleasing online experience has become an increasingly difficult task for web developers to do (Lee, et al., 2015). Aspect ratio, pixel density, screen size, and browser type are some of the things that must be taken into account when creating a website or app for the web; and with the release of every new phone, tablet, laptop, television, and…

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