Amelia Earhart Conspiracy
Amelia Earhart was one of the most celebrated women aviators, breaking about fifteen different flying records. On June 1,1937 Earhart and Fred Noona, her navigator, began their round the world flight. If completed she would be the second person to finish this flight and the first women to ever accomplish the trip. On July 1,1937, with only 7,000 miles left on their trip, Earhart and Noona took off from Lae, New Guinea and flew 2,556 miles to Howland Island, but they would never reach their destination. After an extensive search party, there was no sign of Amelia or her plane, making the disappearance open for the worlds conspiracy …show more content…
The font is small and different tabs seem to rotate different colors. The homepage provides a menu bar on the left side of the page. When clicking through the links, they lead to another page that just provides more link. Also, some links were dead . There were also few visuals on the pages. It was hard to navigate back to the Amelia Earhart page, since there was no straight link to the page and no search bar. Once, linked to Earhart's page the color scheme was different again and all the information was not broken down or reader friendly. The flow of the article was hard to understand, due to the writer not using any of the women's names. Compared to the TIGHAR site, it lacks organization, and consistence.
Although the TIGHAR website would be the best site for academic research paper, some of visual graphics could use some work making them look less childish. Also, it would help if the site shared more information about who the writers are and when the page was last updated. The website would also benefit from some more detailed maps. Going through the information readers like to know where the events are taking place at. Visuals are what keep the readers interested in the information.
The CNMI site would not be the best site to use for a research paper on Amelia Earhart. The site needs to fix the links, pick a color scheme and keep it throughout the site. Along with breaking up the articles and applying more