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Radio station web design scene has a great variety, in terms of the quality of their websites. Some radio stations have clean websites whereas others, majority of them, have sites that are cluttered, overly colorful and just generally overpower the visitor.
94.7 fm's website (http://goo.gl/wuqau), has a wealth of content, but they have focused to heavily on interactivity (which is not a bad thing, but in moderation). They could have added a lot more white space, less text (more 'read more' links) and maybe used the colors yellow and orange more sparingly. In the same vein, 702 Talk Radio's website (http://goo.gl/Ea4wK) has the same problem as 94.7's website. The amount of 'stuff' that takes up the home page of their website could have been halved and spaced out more evenly. Focus/emphasis also needs to be drawn to the things that are important, such as maybe the DJ that is currently on air. Currently if a visitor to this site were to look for a piece of information in a pinch they would really have to look hard to find it, whereas if attention was created around the really pertinent information it would make their user experience so much more memorable.
99.2 fm's website (http://goo.gl/DvlgX) is an interesting mix of both cluttered and clean. As a pro they have used large areas of whitespace to isolate the important information, drawing sufficient attention to it. As a con, their use of irregular spacing counts against their site. If they could fix that, then yes this site would become a positive mark besides the radio web design scene's reputation.
101.3 fm's website (http://goo.gl/AbNXa) is the other end of the spectrum, they have a clean user friendly website that is well structured. Visitors can easily navigate around the site, find everything they need and still get all the relevant information. EastCoastRadio's website (http://goo.gl/XdmkR) is equally impressive and noteworthy. Strong colors, lots of whitespace, large header text showing what is important and a clear lack of clutter - they really got it right. Their only fault is some of the spacing their text, for example the space between the text in the news section is different to the spacing of the text in the top news section. That is a minor issue, that is easily fixable.
An eclectic mix of 'wow' and 'cringe' is probably the best way to describe the radio web design scene in South Africa. As usual let me know what you think...