Disney Channel Research

Just like the beginning websites, Disney Channel follows the same format. Easy to find links, even if they are a little cluttered. And a character themed background to draw you in. Their links are not as animated as Disney Juniors, but there is a small hover over in which to tell someone that they can click on that if they so please do so. 

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The navigation along the top is sorted into specific characters. You may scroll through those characters in order to find the section you wish to ge to. A little time consuming if you’re looking for one specific one, but with the little amount of shows there are only three or four scrolls to go through anyway. If you had more characters this would not be a good option at all.

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When you enter a character’s section the colours change to match that section. There are several options inside of here for games, videos, and exclusive things also. The one main constant is the spot in which all of the work is displayed. It doesn’t change at all. This is a nice little constant of the site.

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If I were to learn from this site, and take something from it, I feel the scroll navigational system is a rather nice piece to incorporate it into my own work. This could be good for the character’s pages, to navigate without overloading the page with links upon links. It is neat and very put forward.

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