I was trying to find a good solution for a customer of mine. He has a brand new company, no clear idea of what he wants of his website except that he wants it to be the coolest site in the whole world (like many... does this sound familiar to anyone?) and no time to create content or think about it.
Therefore, until he has the time to think about this a bit more, he just wants a simple website: homepage, map and contact, list of dishes and prices (it is a resturant) and photo gallery.
It has, of course, to look as good as it can. That doesn't change.
So I thought that maybe the best solution for a web that has so little content could be a one page website and I started to research a bit.
When I was googling around (can you say that? :lol: ) I found this article
I basically agree with what she says. Most of it. Well, at least the SEO part
But I don't agree with the whole thing. I mean, for sites that don't have much to say, concise and short... you can't really optimized that much, can you? So SEO is not such a big deal.
Now, about confusing the user, I guess that goes with the UX and if you do it right, it doesn't have to be that way.
I mean, "hate" is a strong word althoguh I guess you do need to have a title for your article...
What about you? do you love them, hate them or think (like myself) that sometimes it is suitable to use a one page website?