The table should present the name of the label, the destination page’s heading label, and the destination page’s
|You Tube||Recommended For You||You Tube|
|News||News||News – News|
|Gmail||Gmail||Gmail – Gmail|
|Drive||Drive||Drive – Drive|
|Calendar||Calendar||Calendar – Google Calendar|
|Label||Destination Heading’s Label||Destinations Title Label|
|Search||Search – Google|
|Images||Google Images||Images – Google Images|
|Maps||Maps – Google|
|Play||Play Pick In Game||Play – Google P|
- What labels you did not like and why, and suggests improvements.
I would like to suggest that the size of the label on the top- page should change, because its bit confusing since it’s all clustered. Also another suggestion to have the same navigation and layout on You Tube, just like the Google home page.
2.Whether there were any inconsistencies in the labelling system between the pages (in terms of style, presentation, syntax, granularity, comprehensiveness and audience.
Google preserves it’s quality and keeps its home page very simple and consistence. This prevents the user from distraction and makes the visitor to accomplish the task successfully. However Google navigation on YOU Tube, made the company look different from its branding.
3. Examine at least two other similar or competing web sites. How similar are the labelling systems? Is any one site clearly the winner (and if so, why)?
Bing is another search engine, which gives the user similar service like Google. Bing uses a simple layout and follows similar patter to Google. Even though the consistence is sustain by BING through the web layout. When images are click entire page changes and having no form of labeling. Bing has not attracted many users like Google. However, to make a difference experience to its users Bing implemented changing background on their homepage.
Yahoo! 7 has different concept to Google and Bing. The main page is filled with Information and looks bit complicated. When considering with space usage Yahoo!7 has taken the full advantage, but not with their labelling system which is impossible to follow.
Reason: Trusted: Reliable: consistence and mostly simplicity.