Responsive websites

Adobe Evaluation

The Adobe website is very simple to navigate it works well with the menu bar going into one pull out button so it isn't crammed into one space when moved to the size of a mobile screen. It easily simplifies itself to different sizes by just dragging the page size. The use of grids and images to separate them, Adobe have effectively created a responsive website and kept all important text and visually appealing images in front view.

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Cineworld Evaluation

Through intelligent design and marketing ideas put into the Cineworld website, the designers have created a visually attractive responsive website. The Desktop website has large eye catching images of movies they are looking to sell to the customer with easy to navigate menu bar, login and booking sections all right in front of your eyes as you get onto the website. As you change the size of the screen to more handheld, portable devices you are pushed more from looking at a good looking image of a new movie towards purchasing a ticket for that movie or to sell other products from the company. The menu bar is reduced in size to a manageable position in the top corner. Overall a good responsive website with great sectors to it.

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Skysports News Evaluation

Sky sports news website is a little bit different from the other desktop websites that have been covered, this layout has the the brand name at the top left with a simple look of the home buttons and different parts of the website underneath. It then goes on to push advertising its other products at you straight away before allowing you to have uninterrupted viewing of the news. The other devices layouts are much similar with a simple design except the menu bar is moved to side reducing cluttered space and making it look tidy, the images and news articles on the page reduce in size so they do not look out of proportion. The overall flow of Skysports news responsive website goes well and looks good through all devices.

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YouTube Evaluation

Youtube is one of, if not the largest video streaming websites in the world. I feel for the vast amount of powers it has as a website it is visually limiting itself from becoming a modern front runner in styles of websites designs as it has that much influence over other websites and designers just for how well known it is. There will also be people who would say the simplicity and the design will work for the most amount of people as people of young, old and in between of every type of person in the world will be using it and they all need to know how to understand it. As you move through the website to a smaller device the less important things disappear and the things that are more important such as the search bar for videos, advertising and suggested videos stay. On the left of your video search and logo design, which seems to be a alright place for it to be as the things inside it are less important and are rarely used for day to day tasks.

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Celtic Fc Evaluation

The Celtic Football Club website is a great example of a responsive website. On the desktop page there is all the information that you need to navigate your way through the website. Home, Team, News and Tickets are all in a bar across the front as the essentials to the website. As you change to different devices the bar gradually shrinks into a menu bar in the top left corner leaving all important team information in one grid in the middle as images. This is a great responsive website for the resources of the team.

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