The layout we're currently using does not follow the
"classic" newspaper-type layout that New York Times,
Washington Post, or the other older well known news
sites use. People are used to reading the news in the
"old fashion" way. I'm trying to figure out if we are
friendly enough for the older generation of news
readers to read.
Here some of my questions for everyone:
1. Is our site easy to navigate?
2. It it easy to figure out that we are actually
keeping a live political dossier on the individuals we
are currently profiling? (THANKS to Josh we are now
trying to figure out how to add legislations in one of
our tabs. However, we are not as knowledgeable as Josh
so this is going to be slow in the making. Kudos to
3. How do we make our site even more appealing?
Anyway, any suggestions and comments will be
appreciated. Thanks James:)
--- James Stewart <lists@...
> On May 24, 2006, at 12:01 PM, be_self_aware wrote:
> > We just went public beta with www.votersdomain.com
> . Do you guys think
> > we should go with web 2.0 or web 1.0 newspaper
> layout? I think web 2.0
> > might not be as user friendly as web 1.0. New York
> Times, Washington
> > Post are still graphically web 1.0 but their
> funcionality is at 2.0.
> Could you explain what you mean by "web 2.0 or web
> 1.0 newspaper
> layout"? I'm familiar with the terms "web 1.0" and
> "web 2.0" but not
> what that might mean for your layout.
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