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  1. Feb 2018
    1. First Impressions I really like the general aesthetics of this website. The red-white, and blue color scheme (along with the American flag at the top banner image) lends views a clue into the content's theme: American history. The timeline looks absolutely awesome. I love how the images on the timeline as you scroll along reflect the time periods represented across the board. The "drag me" bar is pretty incredible; I like how it shows what year you're on as you drag it along. I think it's my favorite part of the entire website, to be honest. It makes the website feel more like an interactive experience. I also like how it divides the timeline up into different content sections: "teaching", "textbook", "documents", and "media". The way that the hyperlinks to the different pages of the site are presented is organized. It's not overwhelming at all. It's very straight and to the point. My only criticism so far is that the website's overall purpose and audience doesn't appear to be explicitly stated anywhere. There's no "about" page.