Leigh is a designer with 15 years experience, now working in user experience. He's been helping websites look better, be more organised and work better since grey backgrounds were the norm. He's a jack of all trades, from video to music and still trying to master at least one of them. He survives on coffee and custard creams and blogs occasionally from his own planet; leighhowells.com
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In this article, we’ll explore a scoring system for rating and comparing websites, we’ll visualize those ratings using infographics, and we’ll see what data and structure this method provides for reviewing websites. We are all reviewers. We review many websites every day without even realizing it. In fact, many of us are experts at it. We don’t realize it because the whole process occurs in moments.
That’s how it is. We use websites; we judge websites. Even if we don’t know we’re doing it, we make judgements about trustworthiness, credibility, competency, reliability, design and style within seconds of arriving on a Web page. After looking around, we also get a pretty good feel for the user experience and usability.