We’re not one to question the look, feel and design of online presences, but sometimes it’s fun to let other people.
So, over the past couple weeks, we sought your opinion for the ugliest websites in Philadelphia.
Green Jobs Philly
It should be noted that Rembrandt’s suggests that it had the first website of any restaurant in Philadelphia, so they’re perhaps maintaining that shtick. Visit here.
As suggested by many, including a more general pronouncement from Colin Weir.
Competing palate of pastel colors with two top and at least one left-hand side navigation bars. Visit here.
A serious venture capital firm shown off by what looks like a phishing site. Visit here.
As submitted privately.
Eye Candy Vision
Friends of Pennypack Park
Yes, that’s a ticker message and a menorah and pixelated branding and a Myspace-stylized textured background, and it doesn’t have its own domain at all. Visit here.
The most suggestions we received? –More than two dozen calls for Philly.com but that seemed more like punchline than a fair assessment, even if we’re still competing with pop-up video. Other bigger name suggestions came for the Philadelphia Planning Commission, the City Commissioners, PennPraxis, the Philadelphia Film Festival, the Community College of Philadelphia and 6ABC, but again, those seemed to be in a different category altogether.
So, more importantly, what other awful, ugly Philadelphia websites have we missed? And what is the worst that we did find?
This is a semi-regular department we may or may not call Top Ten Tuesdays. There’s no judging in brainstorming. See others here.
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