The website for the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) can be found at http://www.fcclainc.org/. The website appears cluttered upon first glance, and though visual hierarchy is established, with the picture of the officer team at the top of the home page, it is still hard to know where your eye should look first. The mission is written at the top of the page and appears very wordy and confusing when you are quickly looking through the site.
The site’s color coordination seems well planned, and it is a well organized site overall. The home page has three symmetrical columns down the entire page, and is therefore well balanced. The FCCLA site maintains a consistent header throughout the site, no matter on which link you click. This helps the audience know they are still on the FCCLA web page. Overall, the FCCLA website is well done, but could establish better visual hierarchy and eliminate wordiness to create a more simple and inviting page.