Andrew’s Review of Andrew’s Review of

The first thing I notice is that the font on the page is the same as the default font for the browser (Times New Roman). Is this site only designed half-way? Looking at the header, I see a ‘new’ badge, but can’t quite make out what it’s applied to. Overall, the site looks like a […]

David’s Review David’s Review

Outdoor Advantage Online is a straightforward online shop for buying fishing lures, providing what you tend to expect when purchasing items over the net. By fixing some minor flaws, Outdoor Advantage could build a much more trustworthy user experience. My Usability Test The first thing I see when I load is the Outdoor Advantage […]

Matthew’s Review Matthew’s Review

When I first visit I reach a page that seems to be a video player. A video is playing, but what is it? My first impression of the site makes right click, and sure enough… it’s flash! I am sure UX Booth will feature a post on the usability of flash sites later. First […]

Andrew Maier’s Review Andrew Maier’s Review

My initial impression is very good. I’m looking at site that obviously emphasizes design. The colors on the page work really well together. What more, the content area is a stark black and white, and that draws my eye right to it. Nicholas Patten uses a simple video player for his site Unfortunately, when I […]

David’s Review David’s Review is the portfolio of Nicholas Patten, a video editor, director of photography, and web designer. While his work speaks for itself, there are some basic changes that could be made to make his portfolio more accessible — changes we can all apply to our own work. Heavier than Expected The very first thing I […]

Redd’s Review Redd’s Review

This site is very simple and fairly bright, but the purpose and intent of the site is a little unclear. After looking at it for a few minutes it looks to be an online video repository for a video editor. However, it gives us very little other information or incentive to stay on the site.  […]