The Rock Christian City Church
4 comments | Posted: 16 November 05 in Featured, by Ryan Heneise
The Rock Christian City Church just had a redesign. I liked it before, and I like it even better now.
I love the layout, and the rounded corners. The colors make my eyes happy, and I thought the images were well chosen – nice use of stock photographs, and there are a few photos that look like they must be of church members.
The navigation is really innovative – separate menus for “The People” and “The Place”. On this site it makes a lot of sense. The way the navigation is organized puts all the information just a click away, and just where I want it (except the “Homepage” link, which is on the right-hand side instead of the left). The search box is perfect, and makes great use of that space.
Another nice touch is the “Google Map Us”. Wow, why didn’t I think of that? That should become standard on church web pages.
I had very few (and very minor) gripes with this site. The graphics on the home page for the “Real Men’s Event” and “Making God’s House Great” look like buttons, so it’s a little disappointing to try to click on them for more information. Also, the home page doesn’t validate XHTML 1.0 Strict, but it would be easy to fix (hint: it’s the search box).
Overall, this is a fantastic website. It’s compelling, attractive, and well-constructed, and I am very impressed.
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