Today’s blog post is about well-designed web pages. The first example, Wikipedia, is the best I could come up with. It has a title page that allows you to select which language you want your articles for, as well as a home screen for each language that includes an article of the day, top news stories, and a search engine that actually works. Wikipedia is entirely free, and its operating costs are covered by donations rather than ads, and if we want it to continue being ad-free, we really should be donating more to this tremendous resource.
For the second example, I’m going to use the Papa John’s ordering page. It’s convenient, easy to order delicious pizza, and best of all, it has a visual interface for topping selection. Convenience is an indicator of good design, and I really like pizza. That is all.