You don't need people speaking to your visitors from your web pages. It's scary.
This would have been the winner of the Worst Web Site of 2008 except they fixed the site.
They fixed the site, but how did they not see what was wrong?
The 5th Worst Web Site of 2008 -- Honorary. Apparently, this bizarre site was a promotion for a game or something else where having a meaningful web site wasn't important.
You can take it off the Internet, but you can't hide.
Sprint's "This is Now" web site is this year's 5th worst navigational web site at Web Pages That Suck.
Make sure your code works.
A financial company's web site shouldn't look like a bike company's web site.
Be like Amazon.com -- don't use a splash page, mystery meat navigation, or a space theme.
This may be the worst site in the history of the internet. Bella de Soto
When a manufacturing company uses Mystery Meat Navigation, you know the end of the world is near.
You don't need Flash Splash pages. You don't need to try to entice people to go to your site, they're already there. You're just giving them an excuse to leave.
Mystery Meat Navigation, Sideways Navigation, Pull the line navigation, and it's really, really bad. It was #3 on Worst Sites of 2006. Cyberatlas.
Cyberatlas has the strangest navigation.
Meeting the expectations of your users.
Can't read the links. Dark blue text on a black background sucks.
Guns Guns Guns. Make sure your speakers are turned up LOUD!
Missouri University of Science and Technology goes Star Trek crazy
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers can build dams, but they can't build a web site.
Check your site in different browsers.
Mystery Meat Navigation. They've fixed it, but they can't hide.
BVS - MYSTical or Metaphoric Navigation. It's just stupid.
Ace of Cakes - 2007 Worst Web Site
One of the worst sites of 2007. It's been fixed, but you can see why it made the list. KC the Catalog.
Cafe International - very bad navigation - floating menus