Using Williams and Tollet's (2000) principles, a lyric page was investigated.
The page has text at the top of the page that is centered, while the material toward the bottom is left-justified. This poses a layout issue for the reader.
There is close proximity between the page's navigation and the title of the page. Thus, the reader may interpret the navigation as part of the title, or the title a reference to the navigation.
The entire site has no distinguishing characteristics that make it part of a greater whole. The opening main page has no graphic and no large title. All the subsequent pages are the same. It makes the site exist as a fractured set of disjoint pages.
There is no eye-catching material. There is no graphic or title that makes the page noteworthy or special. It's uncertain what the topic is as a result.
The site contains a number of dos and don'ts.
- Text is big enough...
- Navigation is easy to use
- Links are underlined...
- Page downloads quickly
- Centered type over flush left body copy
- Default blue links
- Missing graphics...
- No focal point
- No contrast