I want to find plastic surgery in Estonia and preferably in English language.
Step 1.1 – Dmoz homepage
- Dots after a word actually means there are more actions to take. If you open Firefox File menu you will see three dots after Print… for example.
- Suggestion: Three dots should be links separated by comma from the last word and linking to the same place as the heading.
- World or Regional. Which one I should choose? Takes too much time in your head to understand.
- Suggestion: The easiest fix would be renaming “World” to “Non-English sites” and give rest of the groups heading “English sites”.
Step 1.2 - Subpage
- Countries (0). Okay, there is 0 after countries, so probably means no links – so I shouldn’t click there? Okay, I will click and see what’s there. Surprise – all countries are listed. Maybe the number means there are no subcategories? But the next row Africa (15,670) has 15,670. Wrong assumption again. Inconsistency is not good.
- Suggestion: I think it’s a quite big problem displaying 0 – you should find a constant meaning of 0 numbers. Also countries should be below the region section, because we are on the regional page.
- A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|Y|Z] – now I understand that this is actually country list – but why is it on a separate row?
- Suggestion: Please move this under countries.
- See also section - actually I wouldn’t display any see also section, because you are not able to give enough relevancy with it.
- Suggestion: I would remove – too much noise.
- This category in other languages section – Ok I assume if I click on Estonian language the Regional list is translated? Wrong! I get 3 instead of 10. So what’s the point displaying it? I understand there might be editor involved who has not translated them. But I don’t understand why subcategories are not consistent through the directory. So I really don’t see the point in displaying it in other languages. People will find the links under their language anyway.
- Suggestion: I would remove – you are not able to provide what you promise through these links.
- Uncategorized links section– One thing that I could think about is tags. Currently it’s hard to separate the links based on topics. I would need to read through all the link descriptions to find a subject I could be interested in.
- Suggestion: You could think about categorizing the links anyway somehow. I would remove – you are not able to provide enough relevancies through current structure.
Modificata da css, 08 March 2013 - 05:36 AM.