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When you need up to date information about your high school an accurate website could be your best choice But if youre a student at Federal Way High youre out of luck After thoroughly reviewing three local high school websites it seems that not all are up to par Federal Way Thomas Jefferson and Decatur were evaluated based on four criteria These were navigation accessibility aesthetics and accuracy Each criterion has a scale of one to five and the overall score is the average from all the criteria The scores given to the schools were 2 for Federal Way 45 for Thomas Jefferson and 4 for Decatur Obviously with Federal Way getting the lowest score When you go to any website the first thing you see is the color and layout You want the website to have something to bring you back not give you nightmares This seems to be the first problem with the FW website It has a soft blue background and thin yellow text A picture that morphs into another picture but never really gets in focus on any of the pictures And a column of useful information that has a white background and black text When it comes to pleasing the eye Thomas Jefferson knows what theyre doing A black background with bold lettering that stands out in white There are also the school colors of red and gold strewn about the site However they lost a point for having so much information on the homepage You dont want to be blasted with information when you first get to a website That was also a problem for Decatur At the top of the page there is a block of links and then a block of bigger text that goes on and on They also have a column of links down the side of the page There is also the navigation and accessibility of the pages Starting off with Decatur this time
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