Worst Websites of 2013 Contenders: July through December
An awful lot of websites that made up this second contenders’ list ended up making The 25 Worst Websites of 2013:
- John Procario
- Touch of Modern
- 1927 Events
- Hugh Jass Burgers
- Why Japanese Web Design Is So…Different
- Goetz Theatre Show Times
- Bombshell 201X
Vincent Flanders’ comments: I received a newsletter about all these cool new websites. As soon as I see words like “cool” or any other superlative like “amazing” or “inspirational” I know I’m going to find Daily Sucker material.
12. Who Killed JFK?
Submitter’s comments:What could be worse than having 350+ primary links on your home page?
Putting up a graphic of the president that covers up twenty of them!
Who Killed JFK? (site)
15. Killtown’s 9/11 Coincidences
Vincent Flanders’ comments: The United States is coming up on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. I figured there would be at least one website on this topic that would be over-the-top.
Killtown’s 9/11 Coincidences (site)
16. Comissao Coordenadora das Festas do Município da Moita
Vincent Flanders’ comments: This site proves you don’t have to speak English to create a sucky website.
17. Cosmic Wimpout
Submitter’s comments: The site is often unreadable, has links that go nowhere, and other things that I find disturbing, such as an order history that has alternating colors in the rows, and the text matches one of the background colors.
Cosmic Wimpout (site)
18. Rudgwick Steam & Country Show
Submitter’s comments: It’s got everything: marquee-like tags, embedded media, crammed in info, etc.