It seems like MTV is not the only one who found that its web site was not working.
John McCain's presidential candidacy site has been completely redesigned to bring it more into line (or rather, complete alignment) with those of his competitors.
Here's how the old site looked:
And here's the new one:
So much for being the maverick and bucking the red, white and blue trend. On the other hand, I can certainly understand the change and think it was a good idea as I personally disliked the old site design.
I suppose the new design levels the internet playing field as it's impossible to tell the leading candidates apart based on their web sites, as they're now pretty much interchangeable. People will just have to read the content instead — what a concept!
However, like the MTV debacle, I do wonder how it is possible for a design to get it so wrong in the first place?
Sidenote: John Edwards' to-do list adds a nice touch to his site:
(via Design MeltDown)
Posted on: April 27, 2007 | 7 Comments