Apple vs. Microsoft

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Apple vs. Microsoft

By

Teka Lee

Professor Miles
ITE 119
11 October 2012

Outline
Thesis: Apple’s website differs from Microsoft’s website in the homepage, navigation, and consistency.

I. First, Apple’s homepage differs from Microsoft’s homepage. A. Apple
1. Appearance
2. Main ad
3. Space
B. Microsoft
1. Appearance
2. Main ad
3. Space
C. Therefore, the differences in Apple’s and Microsoft’s homepage are significant.

II. Second, Apple’s navigation is different from Microsoft’s navigation. A. Apple
1. Appearance
2. Organization
3. Readability
B. Microsoft
1. Appearance
2. Organization
3. Readability
C. Therefore, the differences in Apple’s and Microsoft’s navigation are significant.

III. Third, these two software companies differ in consistency. A. Apple
1. Appearance
2. Organization
3. Layout
B. Microsoft
1. Appearance
2. Organization
3. Layout
C. As a result, there are major differences in consistency between Apple and Microsoft.

Apple vs. Microsoft
Apple and Microsoft are two of the most popular computer software’s, worldwide. The two companies pride themselves for producing monumental consumer and business products that are the primary developments in today’s software. However, what about the unique features of their websites? What are their comparisons? More importantly, which one is a better product? A consumer can take a look at the comparisons of their homepages, navigation, and consistency. First, Apple differs from Microsoft in its homepage. The homepage of a website is one of the most important pages because it’s the first page that users will see. It is known to summarize and express the information enough to keep the user browsing. Apple’s homepage is set up like an advertising board. They advertise their latest product as their main ad, followed by three other ads to another three products or news that are...
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