In short; Regular posts let down by terrible design.
New posts are normally made daily, but there are sometimes long breaks between post, which suggests slight inconsistency. The posts vary in size, from being ten lines to dozens. Although the majority of the posts revolve around Umph’s life, some are detailed reviews and others contain videos. The writing style is generally informal, making it hard to read for a long period of time. The grammar used is also often redundant, meaning something is said that is already implied. [eg. “They [Bob, Bill, Norm] went to investigate. Norm was sent to investigate.” We already knew Norm was doing that]
The pages include a “Kitchen” which has had no material on it since October, a “Community Events” page listing important dates and things that people would want to do, and of course there is a “Games” page.
The content is so-so. There is no major downfall but there is nothing that makes me want to read anything.
The colour coordination is atrocious. Umph has bought Custom CSS, which allows her to make custom backgrounds for her blog, etc. However, she would be better off without it. The background, featuring multicoloured lightning bolts on a black background, is poorly made. The header is a worst offender, sporting more bright and default colours on a black background with out of proportion and terribly extracted images.
The colour of the post text varies even more, from the hideous lime greens to dark blue and RED. All on a white background.
If I were a first-time visitor, I would think Umph is trying to burn my eyes.
Umph’s Ultra Bunny Website is a site that, to me, screams “Average” and “Poorly Designed”.
However, with [a lot] more thought into the colours chosen, Umph can go a long way. It all starts with organising a colour scheme that consists of, at maximum, five colours. Avoid using red on black OR white background. The only time you should use red as text is if it is a variation of the default eye-burning red and not used exceedingly.
FINAL SCORE; 4/10