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At midnight tonight I am turning in a website I developed for my information architecture class (I am working on my library science masters at Indiana University).
If any of you wonderful folks would be willing to give it a look and leave me some critical review, that would be wonderful.
This project is for a rural county public library in southern Indiana (pop. 32,000). I wanted to create a site that put a face on the services and products offered by the library in a way that will interact with the public (though I am still working on comments). Here is the test site--
I have a series of questions I am trying to find answers to. Pick one to answer or pick many. Any feedback is welcome. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!
Page Layout-- Are the pages consistent, is it easy to read?
Organization and Sequence-- Is the content well-organized? Can you sense a logic in the order and presentation? Are you finding what you expect to find in various parts of the site?
Navigation Links-- Are you finding your way around easily enough? Are you getting lost anywhere?
Overall Evaluation-- What are your overall impressions? What do you see as the strengths and weaknesses of the pages? Do you find the site interesting or boring?
Any thoughts at all are welcome