Feedback on resource site usability: EducatorsAndSelfInjury.com
My mom recently completed her dissertation and part of it was to have a usable “product” – and because I do web design, she asked me to help her create a website for her topic: Educators and Self-Injury (dealing with the students who do).
Right now she’s only using Pages to run the site, with the idea that in the future I can enable a blog section via Posts. Essentially, I am using WordPress as a CMS for her.
I would appreciate any thoughts, tips, or other feedback on the design – specifically whether you can understand how to use the website, or if there are better ways of presenting the information clearly. The website is for educators in the school systems to use as a resource when (or in preparation for when) they encounter students who self-injure.
Is there anything you would add? Take away? Features that may enhance usability? Bugs you’ve noticed on your browser?
Thanks for your time!
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