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Opinion on debate website design


#1

Working on my project of making a website to provides well-sourced pro, con, and related research on controversial issues. I am not a designer and I am still learning. I love any feedback, critique and advice from all of you. :slight_smile:
Here is the public site:
http://procon-094da354edaf8d948b6c29e9db7bed30.webflow.io/topic/bob-kerrey
Please take a look and tell me what you think.
P/s: If you are reading this, have a nice day! :smiley:


#2

Hi, have a nice day too!

Very clean, site, good use of Googles' Material Design rules, and clean integration of Facebook Comments. As a non designer, you made a good decision to chose a graphic design framework (Material) to structure your pages.

Depending on how many items are under a category (for example, the "Prostitution" category hase 3 items), you may want to add a list of the items in the final page. Like a menu with anchor links so the visitos know what questions are treated in the page, at a glance, and can reach any point in one click.


#3

What a great advice! Thank you so much, indeed.
I was trying to make a menu with anchor links with dynamic items but it's so hard for me so I give up. :smiley:
Instead, I decided to make a dropdown (show-more) list for the content of the page. :slight_smile: Here is the new design: http://procon.webflow.io/topic/hop-phap-hoa-mai-dam
P/s: Sorry for my late reply. It takes me longer than I thought to fix the website. :smiley:


#4

Great. The dropdown is a good design solution for this problem. Well done.


#5