Team Project Evaluation Form
CSC120 Building and Managing Web Sites
Team Project Name: Group 4 - Rotary Club of Arden-Arcade
1 (low) 10 (high)
Site's ability to allow users to quickly identify the site's purpose and
Use of a consistent navigation scheme(s) across the site/sub-sites.
Use of consistent color and style from page to page.
Ability of site to be meaningfully rendered by most web browsers.
Use of subdirectories to group content for site management and allow
Selected (and Paraphrased) Peer Comments:
- The Rotary information may not fall into the first screenful, depending on user
resolution. Perhaps the Rotary information could be at the top, then the pictures
and logo could follow after that.
- Unsure of relationship between the pictures of parks and schools and the Arden Arcade
- Under "The History of Arden Arcade Rotary Club" there is something
strange happening with the paragraph spacing. Might be good to provide more clear
information in what way they were projects.
- Menu seems to jump up and down on different pages.
- The company name should be a little bigger.
- Site Map is unclear because it does not break into subheadings.
- Possibly more links on the links page.
- Hard to read the links on the left. More contrast needed.
- Members list could have been organized with the alphabetic letter headings using more
white space to make the list more readable.
- Calendar is a little confusing, perhaps you could combine it with
"events" since there is not much in that folder?
- Horizontal scroll bar was needed to read the page at 640x480 resolution.
- The site map has too many "Arden Arcade Rotary Club" listings, which made it
difficult to see find the key words.
- A membership application form would be great.
- Color scheme is great, as is the navigation. The division of the links on the left
was a nice touch, as it removed the problems created by the extra number of links over the
best practices guidelines. Standard navigation colors were good and everything
contrasted well and was clearly readable.
- The header is very space efficient.
- Their use of style sheets for more dynamic effects are a good addition.
- Liked the idea of the disclaimer, especially for a service-oriented group. (People
may tend to think a humanitarian organization should accept more responsibility for things
than it really does.)
- Redundant navigation schemes can be good.
- The site is very attractive and within the feel of the international Rotary guidelines.
- Excellent idea to include different sections in the navigation bar for both rotary
members and visitors who might want to join.
Overall: Excellent site and excellent an presentation.You have a very
consistent site with a nice "look and feel". You did an
incredible job giving a strong graphical element to the pages without making
- Excellent site structure.
- Global style sheet is kind of a mess. No HTML in a link style sheet.
- Project report was good, although consider expanding the risks section
- The distinction between the Calendar vs. Events content is not real
convincing to me, especially from a navigation scheme point of view. But
perhaps it is ok for your clients...
- On the members page, provide text explaining why it is a partial list.
- The comments from your classmates about maintaining a consistent
navigation scheme on the left are worth considering (both in the link names
and width). I am ok with the "call-out" you had on the "What
is Rotary" page, although I would made the call out text smaller and
more compact. But the list of navigation links should be consistent
from page to page.
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