Blog Effectiveness Feedback

Web design and layout is an interesting beast with one man (or woman) and their view of aesthetically pleasing or effective layout and use of screen real estate being different from the next. With my blog, I’m generally happy with how it works but I like to operate my blog with an agile based approach, taking small iterative steps to continuous improvement.

When I normally make changes to the site, things I deem to be improvements, they are self-led ideas that I think would be good but not often do I really consider the effects on the viewers of the site but for this occasion, I’m going to flip that on it’s head.

I’m looking for anybody out there who reads my site for feedback. I’m not looking for feedback on the topic of the articles because frankly, that isn’t going to change unless my technology pattern at work changes, unlikely in the current circumstances, but I’m looking for feedback on the site itself.

  • How Do You Find the Layout?
  • Is the Navigation Useful?
  • Is the Content Clearly Legible in the Current Size and Font?
  • Does the Site Render Badly on Your Device of Choice?
  • Anything Else You Can Think of?

I normally have comments disabled on my blog for fear of the spammers but for this post, I’m going to leave them enabled although I may disable them again at a later date to prevent the spammers moving it to squat. If you’d prefer, you can send me a tweet to @richardjgreen or get in touch with me via one of the other contact methods outlined on the Contact page from the navigation at the top.

I’m really interested to hear what the community and people who actually use my site think of it and if there are ways you feel it could improve to make my content more accessible to you.

richardjgreen

Richard works as a Cloud Consultant for Fordway Solution where his primary focus is to help customers understand, adopt and develop with Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and System Center. Richard Green is an IT Pro with over 15 years' of experience in all things Microsoft including System Center and Office 365. He has previously worked as a System Center consultant and as an internal solutions architect across many verticals. Outside of work, he loves motorbikes and is part of the orange army, marshaling for NGRRC, British Superbikes and MotoGP. He is also an Assistant Cub Scout Leader.