The website I chose is http://moon2.kedzich.com/, which is a website dedicated to the NASA moon missions. Depending on whether you change the number next to “moon” in the URL, you are taken to a different mission. I’m currently on the Apollo 11 page, the mission that first landed men on the moon. I love the simplicity of the website. There is no need to click on different drop down menus or links to access different parts of the website- simply just keep scrolling. Scrolling also provides the information in chronological order for the certain moon mission being viewed. In a website designed to share information, complexity is needed. You do not want people skipping all around the site, potentially confusing themselves because they did not view it in the right order. When entering the site, you intuitively scroll downward and are provided the information in the order designed to be viewed in. Large text, contrary to thought, is often a small, interesting, detail. Photos and their captions are imbedded along the way, and most of the information is given in blocks of paragraphs of text. Imbedded are various recordings, videos, photos and gifs to provide context to the information being discussed. While there are snippets of bright, colored text, most of the site is black text on a white background or white text on a black background or photo. The site stays true to its simple design roots. The website is clearly designed to inform, so a lack of complexity lends itself to this goal. Information is easy to gather as well because of the chronological order of the information. What I take away from this website is KISS, aka, Keep It Simple Stupid. You don’t need a fancy and complex website to achieve your purpose. Simplicity, or at least something that looks simple, should be the goal.