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Andrew’s Review of www.feedscrub.com

The first thing I notice about feedscrub is the animated RSS feed. It’s an exciting and playful visual that immediately orients me to think about RSS. I then read the copy: Keep your feeds squeaky clean! Hmm, what does that mean? The bullet points below make it super simple to get the point. Lastly, the […]

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Redd’s Review of Wapple.net

First Impressions My first impression of Wapple.net is an excellent one. This is a really well designed site with information presented in a clear and interesting fashion. Wapple specializes in building websites for mobile devices. I am very impressed by how everything that I need is neatly above the fold. I have the ability to […]

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Matthew’s Review of Wapple.net

Initial Impressions The first thing I look for as I open Wapple is a tagline. Even though the title of the website speaks to what Wapple is all about it is commonly overlooked by users. A tagline reiterating what exactly this site is about in one to two sentences would be a great addition. As […]

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Andrew’s Review of signonsandiego.com

The homepage of signonsandiego.com The first thing I notice is the banner ad up top. When I realize it’s a banner ad, I feel a bit duped. The page lacks much color,s o I think that’s why I gravitated towards the banner ad. The next thing I do is look at the top left of […]

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Matthew’s Review of Signonsandiego.com

Sign On San Diego (http://www.signonsandiego.com) is a newspaper by the Union-Tribune that covers news from San Diego to national news. First Impressions As I browse Sign on San Diego for the first time I easily recognize the format of a newspaper type website. These high content super sites have to be creative in the way […]

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David’s Review of SignOnSanDiego.com

Signonsandiego.com Sign On San Diego (http://www.signonsandiego.com) is a newspaper by the Union-Tribune that covers news from San Diego to national news. I’m going to review this in my ordinary fashion, with my initial experience fully written followed by my suggestions for improvement at the end of the post. Front Page The homepage of signonsandiego.com When […]

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Redd’s SignOnSanDiego Review

SignOnSanDiego is instantly and obviously an online newspaper. It’s always nice to visit a site where the purpose and function of the site is instantly clear. There is so much information on this page that it is hard to know where to look if you try to read it like website. If you take into […]

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David’s Review of WebJam.com

Webjam.com WebJam.com is a website that allows anyone to create their own social network. It targets several kinds of users including individuals (personal) and larger organizations and brands. The Front Page The front page of WebJam gives me high hopes for the site on first glance. It looks very nicely designed…something that was probably recently […]

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Andrew’s Review of www.webjam.com

Upon first visiting the webjam site, I see “Social Networks Made Easy.” That makes me wonder: What’s hard about social networks? I feel that the color scheme isn’t engaging and notice the bar at the top of the page because of its contrast—yet, it’s clearly geared towards people who have used the site before. I […]

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Matthew’s Review of WebJam.com

WebJam (http://webjam.com) allows users to create free and premium social networks. On first glance As I look at WebJam for the first time I notice one thing right away. The title of the website says ‘WebJam homepage’. Oh no, this is the first thing that a user commonly looks to for a description of what […]

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