Poll Results

 Dec 12, 208
 Public

Which Yahoo design do you like better?

50 RespondentsGeneral Population

Responses 
Showing 50/50 responses

28 Responses to Option A
1
I does not look as cluttered to me as B does
2
I like that the Yahoo icon is more centered, whole webpage has better use of color and better spacing of the items.
3
Very much more colorful and festive
4
I like the content grouping of option A
5
Looks less cluttered. I really like the header/banner across the top.
6
It is just brighter; it sort of hits you outright.
7
It is userfriendly and looks cute and better in readable form
8
I am more accustomed to the layout of Option A. I like the menu bar along the left-hand side and the buttons at the top are clearer and more user-friendly than in Option B.
9
The design of A appeared a bit more catchy; though the two appeared to be similar when seen individually. But still, can't explain exactly why i found A to be better,
10
Layout of option A is much better
11
The blue background in B is out of place. I like the layout better in A.
12
Design A has more content.
13
It looks more familiar. I don't like it when websites do an unexpected redesign just because they want to look new.
14
This is the layout I'm more familiar with, and I know where important articles are located
15
I find this page easier to look at.
16
Has more information and options to choose from, also, I like the Christmas at the top.
17
its larger and more understandable
18
That was the design I have been used to for a long time.
19
i like the christmasy scene at the top
20
it's more colorful
21
it's the only 1 i see
22
because the form is more readable and ergonomic
23
IT GIVES MORE USER FRIENDLY INTERFACE
24
I like option A because it looks easier to navigate for starters. I also really like the size of the wording and the pictures with articles. But one of my favorite points is the fun icons when choosing an area to visit, such as shopping, music, autos, etc
25
Don't like the dark column on B
26
A looks more professional. Light blue theme is cool. I don't like white/dark blue combination on B. The layout on B is not easy readable
27
easier to find the desired information
28
the layout is more appealing to use
22 Responses to Option B
1
Option B is less cluttered, and more polished.
2
Less cluttered; better use of space.
3
Looks cleaner and more streamlined
4
Just looks cleaner and more modern. Clearer definitions between segments.
5
After looking it over it looks easy to use and view
6
It is less cluttered however it could still be redesigned to look les busy.
7
it looks simpler to understand.
8
the framing helps to see and provides more color
9
Option A is too busy; it is easier to digest and navigate option B.
10
B looks clean and has less clutter.
11
it's more compact thus easier to comprehend
12
More aesthitically pleasing to me due to it being more organized compared to the other side which is very categorized and clustered.
13
more clean and organized, feels more upscale.
14
it has good layout and colour schemes are also nice. Moreover, It does not seems to be overloaded with various content.
15
B is cleaner and less cluttered. Too much of a jumble of information on A. And I have a Yahoo page that looks very much like A!
16
The contrasting colors and bigger spaces between lines look more appealing and less cluttered.
17
Cleaner, more variance in color, not as cluttered
18
The second lay-out is easier on the eye, less crowded/overloaded, and with a clearly distinguished left menu containing the user's principal applications. Main chapters like 'Today' and 'In the News' not hidden behind tabs, but at once visible. Clear, and
19
Choice B is less cluttered on the left-hand side
20
It looks like they tidied up the website - I like it... you only want to have the applications on the website that you really need
21
Less cluttered, more readable.
22
B has a more modern look to it

Demographics

Age
18-34 (60%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (60%)60
35-49 (24%)24
50-64 (14%)14
65+ (2%)2
Education
College (62%)
TraitPercentage
High School (14%)14
College (62%)62
Grad School (24%)24
Ethnicity
White (80%)
TraitPercentage
White (80%)80
Black (2%)2
Hispanic (2%)2
Asian (16%)16
Other (0%)0
Gender
Male (50%)
TraitPercentage
Male (50%)50
Female (50%)50
Income
$0-30k (39%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (39%)39
$30-60k (37%)37
$60-100k (16%)16
$100k+ (8%)8
Age for Option A
18-34 (68%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (68%)68
35-49 (18%)18
50-64 (11%)11
65+ (4%)4
Education for Option A
College (57%)
TraitPercentage
High School (21%)21
College (57%)57
Grad School (21%)21
Ethnicity for Option A
White (75%)
TraitPercentage
White (75%)75
Black (4%)4
Hispanic (0%)0
Asian (21%)21
Other (0%)0
Gender for Option A
Female (64%)
TraitPercentage
Male (36%)36
Female (64%)64
Income for Option A
$0-30k (43%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (43%)43
$30-60k (32%)32
$60-100k (18%)18
$100k+ (7%)7
Age for Option B
18-34 (50%)
TraitPercentage
3-17 (0%)0
18-34 (50%)50
35-49 (32%)32
50-64 (18%)18
65+ (0%)0
Education for Option B
College (68%)
TraitPercentage
High School (5%)5
College (68%)68
Grad School (27%)27
Ethnicity for Option B
White (86%)
TraitPercentage
White (86%)86
Black (0%)0
Hispanic (5%)5
Asian (9%)9
Other (0%)0
Gender for Option B
Male (68%)
TraitPercentage
Male (68%)68
Female (32%)32
Income for Option B
$30-60k (43%)
TraitPercentage
$0-30k (33%)33
$30-60k (43%)43
$60-100k (14%)14
$100k+ (10%)10

A

Votes by demographic segment

B


Age
-
3-17 (None)
-
63%
18-34 (30)
36%
41%
35-49 (12)
58%
42%
50-64 (7)
57%
100%
65+ (1)
0%

Education
85%
High School (7)
14%
51%
College (31)
48%
50%
Grad School (12)
50%

Ethnicity
52%
White (40)
47%
100%
Black (1)
0%
0%
Hispanic (1)
100%
75%
Asian (8)
25%
-
Other (None)
-

Gender
40%
Male (25)
60%
72%
Female (25)
28%

Income
63%
$0-30k (19)
36%
50%
$30-60k (18)
50%
62%
$60-100k (8)
37%
50%
$100k+ (4)
50%
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