Here are lists of all the pros and cons of the site.
- Frontpage has logo in upper-left corner.
- The main categories stretch to the right along the top of the page.
- It's simple and clear.
- Page names are clear and prominent.
- Sections within the whole website were very clear.
- Local navigation links exist and are clear, even though somewhat unrelated to the category sections.
- You are here indicators exist.
- A search button exists on all pages.
- While in the "Support PBS" section, the subsections were not clear. It appeared that other subsections were available but their content did not match with the current section, making the layout a little confusing.
- The site ID is not clearly posted in the top-upper-left for internal pages. Instead, a giant graphic advertisement for PBS stretches the top of the page.
- You are here indicators did not match the page title.
- within the program search section, the local navigation link contains the general word "search." This could easily become confused with a general site search versus an intended program search. Might the two features really be identical? Confusing.