Current website’s usability
Let’s try to find information about Octavia’ prices and complete equipment on Finnish current official website.
Current Site on Desktop
After click on „Octavia“ or „Mallisivu“ link from model’s menu, we come to car model section’s start page (http://www.skoda.fi/mallisto/octavia).
We can see only a large banner. Without scrolling we can’t find navigation menu that have the link on price’s page. We don’t even know that start page has this link and the site has the page with prices and equipment!
Finally, the user come to the page (http://www.skoda.fi/mallisto/octavia/hinnastot/) where he wants to know about prices and equipment of model, which he’s interested to buy. And what can he see? There are the same problem:
Current Site on Mobile
Let us suppose, that user has mobile device with 4″ or 5″ screen (IPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S3 or similar). Space for site in device’s browser has 5-6cm width in portrait orientation and 4-5 cm height in landscape.
Mobile version is not a good solution
Mobile version was invented at the beginning of mobile internet: smartphones had only small screen and only portrait orientation at that time. Also mobile version ignores tablets — mobile devices with large screens.
- Current website is not adapted for the most popular widescreen monitors
- Fixed width it’s not good for desktop version
- Current website is not adapted for mobile devices — smartphones and tablets
- Mobile version is not good solution
- Current webdesign is not optimized to page’s main content presentation