Marshmallow Fluff website – a good entry point
So, in my quest to pass my beastly 6-credit Web design course, I have developed another analytical superpower – the ability to critique websites upon first visit. No really, the ability to analyze what I’m looking at on a page and identify strong points.
Don’t ask how or why I ended up at this site, but today I had my first ever visit to the home of all fluffy white goodness – http://www.marshmallowfluff.com.
In the course, there is considerable discussion of what constitutes good site navigation. When I came across the Fluff site, it was a creative example of one of the major components of good navigation – “the user should always know where he/she should click.” See below.
Good stuff. Actually, the site seems to have pretty well-made navigation. It is very branded, and of course I wouldn’t make mine just like it, but for the product it advertises, it is well done.