Reviewing Websites for Coping with Depression in Ireland

Reviewing websites is simple enough. Just go to a website, browse through the pages and form an opinion about what it offers. Good or bad, the review should focus on what is important to the audience. The audience is made up of potential users of the website. Let people know why the website is worth visiting, or why it’s not.

Step 1: Website Review

Look at a good number of the pages of the website that you’re reviewing.  If possible, sign up for a free membership or trial demonstration to understand the functionality of the site. Does the site live up to what the designer says the website can do? Try to learn about the purpose of the site and if those functions can be completed with the current design of the site. This will allow you to make a fair review.

Step 2

Think of ways to make the site better. If you can’t think of anything, then maybe the site has reached its full potential. Determine if the site is user-friendly or requires technical knowledge in order to use the site. In your review, you might include your suggestions. But it is important to focus on what the site does and how easy or hard it is on the user.


Project Description

1.      Choose web-based (websites) resource that promotes mental health well being

2.You can choose a number of websites

3.      Provide an overall description of its aims and objectives

4.      Identify the target audience

5.      Explain how this web site communicates with its target audience

6.      What resources are available in these websites.

7.      Does it provide links

8.      Who are the organization/people behind the websites.

9.      Is it part of an international organization you will need to explain.

10.  Is it an educational / blog/ discussion/

11.  Can you communicate with the website

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