Web Site Usability Questionnaire Comparison

 

URL of first “good” Web site reviewed: https://www.masterofmalt.com/ (Nate’s)

                                                                                

Please note any differences of opinion about this Web site between team members.

 

Nate: The website was very helpful in displaying both information and a picture of the product I was looking for. Contact info was easily accessible for both USA contact and UK orders. Site is appealing to me, and is not at all hard to look at.  Search bar updates tab with closely matching products for easier discovery of the product you want.

 

 

Dan: Elegant good logo, and I like the checkout info. Contact info is easy to find as well. Serves multiple Countries with a wide selections. Only fault might be the multiple site cookies keep popping up on my screen. Stupid cookies!! Otherwise, the site is very well done.

 

 

URL of second “good” Web site reviewed: https://www.amazon.com/gp/gw/ajax/s.html (Dan’s)

 

Please note any differences of opinion about this Web site between team members.

 

Dan:  Layout is good, but wish they had better color. The color is probably one of the more annoying aspects of the website. Some pictures were duplicated or incorrect for certain products. This does not help with confidence on if you are buying the correct product.

 

Nate: I like the look of the website, but I agreed that the color could be slightly different. The color isn’t a huge issue but feels slightly off with everything. Sometimes feels cluttered with suggestions on main page, however this improves with more searches. Some searches give me unless products that have no relevance to what I searched.

 

 

URL of first “bad” Web site reviewed: gatesnfences.com (Nate’s)

 

Please note any differences of opinion about this Web site between team members.

 

Nate: Everything is very close together and claustrophobic. This site is not appealing in the least, and is very ugly. The sad part is that some contact information is in the top left corner, (which looks decent) unfortunately this might be a bad thing since the website is so bad the company might inadvently be sending the message that they don’t care to their customers.

 

Dan: I agreed that the only good things is the contact info is easy to find. Still using @Aol. Which is bad. Font is waaaaay to small and is giving me a headache. Links are too close to each other. And their appearance makes me mad. Text overlaps, some are rectangle others rounded. Links are broken. Can’t even buy with link. FAQ is not a FAQ, just a background of the company. Production plant non-existent.

 

 

URL of second “bad” Web site reviewed: http://www.cameronsworld.net/ (Dan’s)

 

Please note any differences of opinion about this Web site between team members.

Dan: This is where every 90’s animations goes to die. Forget mobile device, it will die. There is a lot happening at once that it is very overwhelming. I don’t really know what I am looking at, or what the purpose of this site is. Very sad.

 

Nate: I feel like my I.Q. is dropping just looking at this site. I will correct Dan and say this is where all animations go to die. At times I feel confused, and at other times I am getting motion sickness. I don’t really feel there is any purpose of this site other than to confuse everyone that stumbles upon it.