CSS, HTML codes, java scripts, adsense and other IT jargon can sound like a foreign language to the non-techie and what Random Bytes does (quite successfully) is act as intermediary between the IT world and everybody else. On top of all this, you’ll also find a plethora of other useful stuff- from photography to design – which should come in handy for anybody who uses the web.
Visual Aesthetics – 8
The light and simple approach works very well and the only complaint I have is the large picture of a mouse on the right-hand corner which kind of made the page busier than it needed to be.
User Friendliness – 8
This blog has a lot to offer, so its not surprising if the visitor encounters some mild frustration and/or confusion in terms of loading or navigating through the sheer volume of info.
Reading Enjoyment – 9
Digging through journalist Pam Blackstone?s words is a pleasurable learning experience for readers. For seekers of technical knowledge, Random Bites is a wonderful resource of information.
User Info – 9
The nature of her blog is generally informational, with focus on web design, web tools, photography, journalism, search engine optimization, and the like. I found some superb tips all over, like getting my Google ranking up – which I am aching to try.
Overall Experience – 9
Read, learn and have a laugh. Highly informative yet light enough to enjoy like the morning paper, Random Bytes is an Aladdin’s cave for those who wish to discover the secrets of the World Wide Web.
Comments are closed.