Edublogs has a
Not having a presence on either Facebook or MySpace means Edublogs is
failing to reach many teens and young adults. Research shows that
particular demographic has snubbed Twitter.
Edublogs could capture the attention of different audiences by producing
videos and podcasts aimed at various users.
Why not use all of these mediums? They work so well together!
The buttons across the top of the page
link visitors to all of the information that
they could possibly need to find.
Rationale Screenshot of Features page
The Help and Support topics and
Latest News not only have a
dedicated page, but they appear
at the bottom of the Features
page as well. This could possibly
lead to slight confusion if I am
trying to navigate back to the
exact page where I found the
What Needs Improvement?
This guide takes the user to a page that
lists the features of each blog. It would
be easier for the consumer if this
information was in a side-by-side
chart for the different
services offered by Edublogs
I was expecting the
categories of blogs to be
hyperlinked. This would just
give consumers one more
way to get to the page they
are searching for.