I have built a new site dedicated to the new Apple iPad using news feeds.
I’d love to get any feedback, especially on:
- Overall design (is it iPad centric)
- Look and feel
- Does it look like something you would use (if you were interested in info on the iPad)
Latest iPad News
The news itself comes directly from a Google news feed. I havent used any other sources for now as this seems to work fine at the moment.
Thanks for advice guys…
Too wide.. users don't want to scroll horizontally
and VERY slow to load... try to shrink it down a little
But besides that it's pretty good.
Rscarson – Thanks for the comments.
Originally Posted by rscarson
I have reduced the width now. It looked good on my nice big 24” widescreen, but perhaps I should think about my users…
Any more comments would be very welcome.
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seems like you got a lot of info on the left section but on the right section is empty when you scroll down. Maybe break in down into separate page and do a nav link...page 1, page 2...etc.
Originally Posted by mv5869
the Compare Ipad devices should be renamed. Ipad accessories, as this is using the Amazon acessories astore.
Also, probably need to edit the margin (width & height) of the Astore to remove the extra spacing because you scroll all the way down and nothing but blank space.
the width needs to be less the 1024 pixels, not everyone has a massive monitor, a company with 100 pc's wont up grade there mointors until they break so say below 1024.
i like the colour scheme of the main content but am disappointed with the logo or heading tag:
Latest iPad News, Reviews & PricesCompare iPad features for all models.
the black to white gradient looks very poor to the rest of the design and the rollover to green looks aweful. Mac users are synonymous (if i spelt that right i am awesome) with having clean perfect designs which this header takes away from the site.
Create, Inspire & enjoy
Agree with edFollet.
The images on the front page make a big difference. Now it just needs a decent logo.
nice looking site, I like it
Sad to say that the site content is so wide. Consider users that are using netbook computer, that would be bad for them. Maybe you can move your images slideshow and google ads below the rightmost content (Older Apple News, Meta etc.) so that you can adjust the screen size based on standard.
June 17th, 2010, 05:01 PM
Screen width looks fine to me on my 24" widescreen :-)
June 20th, 2010, 03:13 PM