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Week 4

Aesthetics, Design, and Branding

These two websites need a serious facelift from what I am seeing from the get-go. Depending on the year both sites were built, they would not last a second in anyone’s eyes in today’s current market. The roverp6cars site is straightforward but design wise archaic. At least they have listed exactly what you can find from them without even possibly calling the company.  Ms.Jami Lin’s site just seems sketchy to me. I am not convinced one bit in what she is selling just from and the “lots of free stuff” part has me baffled. 
Whether they are really selling something worthy to people or not if both companies are interested in improving business I heavily recommend a website do-over. Keeping it simple and design wise relevant could go a long way and most definitely trimming the fat. Not every detail needs to be known about a certain subject. Keeping the customer on their toes will keep them wanting for more. 

The Riverside Art Center and Head Hunter Styling both have an easy to use website. The hierarchy of content is prevalent and the navigation is very simple. The Riverside website has a nice feel to it design wise and you can understand what kind of place this is. Head Hunter’s website is more simple, maybe not as artistic but straight forward. The aesthetics for both websites are great, customers who are looking for a certain haircut will know what they will be paying for through Head Hunter’s site. Artists who want to get involved in art shows and join classes at the Riverside Art Center will know when and how much through the site. As a consumer going to a website that is aesthetically pleasing and use to use is the best type.


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