Kidblog Surveys

Name:            Lucinda Lindsey, my mom
Observations taken while surveyor navigates site:   My mother looked a little confused, happy and understanding.
1.   What were your first impressions of this blog?
“It was nice, obviously a kid’s blog, with a lot of interesting topics.”
2.  What captured your attention?
“ The pictures captured my attention and the font was easy to read.  The headers on the page were very distinct.”
3.  What distracted you on the blog?
“Some of the posts have links which take you to another site, and I got stuck on those sites for a while.  That was distracting. Plus some of the links were broken.”
4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
“You should: (1) Edit for spelling, grammar, and variety of content. Don’t use the same words or phrases too often.  2. Make sure all links are active, not broken.  3. Make sure linked pages have content accessible for most computers (even old ones) so all users get the same access to content.  4. Use language as descriptive and complex as can be to keep readers reading – so nothing is too short, but yet easy to read for people who are in grammar school.”

Name:            Mr. Murphy
Observations taken while surveyor navigates site:  Mr. Murphy looked like he understood my blog. While navigating the site he looked kind of happy, then happy, not so happy, like he was enjoying the blog, interested, then kind of bored.
1.  What were your first impressions of this blog?
Mr. Murphy said he was very impressed with my topics and my comments.
2.  What captured your attention?
“The pictures and my Prezi with the websites.”
3.  What distracted you on the blog?
“A few minor errors.”
4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
 “1. Keep on reading to get ideas.  2. Keep on writing.”  3.  Stay focused on one particular topic.”

Name:            Ghislane
Observations taken while surveyor navigates site:   Ghislane looked very happy but at times looked confused.  She also looked surprised and noticed that I am behind.
1.  What were your first impressions of this blog?
She said she enjoyed it a lot. At first she was a little confused but figured it out.
2.  What captured your attention?
My poem captured her attention.
3.  What distracted you on the blog?
The fact that I didn’t cite or put in many pictures distracted her.
4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
She said I should use different text colors and more interesting titles.

Weebly Surveys

Name:            Lucinda Lindsey, my mom
Observations taken while surveyor navigates site:   She looked impressed and confued.
1.  What were your first impressions of this blog?
“The website looked impressive because the brown looked rugged.”
2.  What captured your attention?
“The koala bear in the picture captured my attention.”
3.  What distracted you on the blog?
“That there were not many posts.”
4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
“1. Write more.  2. Add more features.”

Name:            Mr. Murphy
Observations taken while surveyor navigates site:   He looked interested.
1.  What were your first impressions of this blog?
Mr. Murphy said he loved my picture and my title.
2.  What captured your attention?
He said the picture captured his attention.
3.  What distracted you on the blog?
“Nothing.”
4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
“1. More pictures.  2. More posts.”

Name:            Ghislane
Observations taken while surveyor navigates site:   She did not look very interested; she looked confused.
1.  What were your first impressions of this blog?
She said the blog was not that good.
2.  What captured your attention?
She liked my map and my fish.
3.  What distracted you on the blog?
The fact that there was only post.
4.  What suggestions can you give me to improve my blog?
“Fix the titles, add more things on your weebly, put something under the picture on the home page.”

 


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