This week, Vincent Flanders of Web Sites That Suck posted his dubious list of 2006’s worst sites. His winners include #10 Brown University (“overwhelmingly difficult to use”) and #7 P&G (for their strange sideways navigation, among other things).
Vincent also notes, “There were so many bad sites last year that I had to divide The 10 Worst Sites of 2006 into two categories and add some extra winners.” His categories include “We’re back in 1995,” “Page is too long” and “Site most like a Monty Python skit.”
Here are all the award winners for your enjoyment:
If you don’t let all the Google AdSense ads distract you, you’ll find a lot of other interesting examples on his site. With sections like “what would Amazon.com do,” it’s always entertaining and sometimes educational as well.
There’s also this checklist of 148 mortal sins that companies commit on their websites. Here are his top three — you know your site needs work when:
These are meaningful and relevant tips for every company on the planet. And those are just the first three on the list….
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