Williams and Tollet's (2000) four principles were used to review the following personal website.
The site consistently follows the alignment rule. Everything is justified to the left.
The juxtaposition of items within the page is done in a way that is comfortable and logical to the reader.
Rebas' site has characteristics within each page that are consistent. It is clear that pages within the site are part of an entire site.
There is eye-catching information on the front page. It brings attention to the site. However, the information on inner pages contains only a persistent navigation bar that brings contrast to the pages. It's a weak negative, but the only noteworthy negative element of the site.
The site contains a number of dos and don'ts.
- Background does not interrupt text
- Text is big enough...
- The hierarchy of information is perfectly clear
- The columns of text are narrower than in a book...
- Navigation is easy to use
- The navigation bar [is persistent]...
- Links are underlined...
- Link colors coordinate...
- Page downloads quickly
- ...640 x 460 [screen size]
- Every web page in the site looks like it belongs to the same site...