For my website design I decided to make a remix of my radio station’s current website using some of the new techniques I learned in class.  I think my results ended up great, and I really like how my website turned out.  The two pages I made to link off of the homepage were the news page as well as the sports page.  These pages were created to describe the types of programs and also to describe the hosts of these programs.  I tried to keep everything as simple as I could, since the website is designed for older users since they are the main people who listen to the station.


16 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Katie O'Brien on April 1, 2010 at 4:00 am

    This is really nice. You kept your menu in the same place on every page, something that everyone seemed to have problems with. Great job!


  2. Posted by Sarah Carideo on April 1, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    I liked the colors and simplicity of your site. I especially like how the station seems to be cut out so the purple shows through. Some of the links aren’t working so I’d just check on those.


  3. The colors of your site work very well and i really like them. I would just make sure that all the links work to bring the site to its full potential. Good Job!


  4. Posted by anastasiaromanowicz on April 1, 2010 at 5:50 pm

    I think your website looked really good, I just couldn’t see some of your links like contact us, politics and weather page! But everything like your color scheme and fonts looked nice and it seems like you gave good information.


  5. it turned out so well!! I really like the colors you decided to use and the fonts. They were good choices for the topic of your website. It was also easy to read and easy to follow, good job!


  6. Posted by janaefrazier on April 1, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    Great Job! I am excited to see the weather and politics pages! Your page is easy to follow and well organized. Nice!


  7. Posted by michiyaenglish on April 1, 2010 at 10:35 pm

    I’m glad you changed up the pictures and didn’t use the elderly pictures. I’m glad that you gave us a summary of what the station covers and then matched that up with the pictures at the bottom.


  8. Posted by Alex on April 1, 2010 at 10:41 pm

    I really like how concise this site is, especially if it will generally be older “computer-challenged” people that will be using it. I really like how you included the different teams that are carried by the station at the top – it is a very nice touch.


  9. Great site! The colors are easy on the eyes of the reader and you have useful concise information about your station on the site.


  10. I like the color scheme you ended up choosing; it’s very relaxing! I agree with Michiya… I’m glad you used different photos.


  11. Nice site! It was very simple and I loved the color scheme. A few links didnt work, but overall, nice job!


  12. I think this was a cool site to give me a little history on a local radio station. I am looking forward to the other links working in the future.


  13. I really liked the colors and layout of your site! It was very easy to navigate. I wish there was some contact information, but otherwise great job!


  14. I really liked this website. The colors that you used work very well with the subject matter of the site. The design is very interesting and it is really easy to find all of the different links on the pages. Good job.


  15. I like that you used something personal for the topic of your website. Great color scheme and font choice. My suggestion would be to check the links, some of them did not work for me.


  16. Nice! Simple and clean. I can’t wait for updates. Maybe change the border on the links.


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