Here the Cool Atlanta bloggers profile a cool spot to get coffee under the “coffee shops” umbrella of the main menu. They felt that coffee shops were important enough to have a whole thread dedicated to the best ones of the city. The black and white picture layered by the fancy blue words create a very nice, and elegant look to the page, leading one to draw conclusions about the quality of the restaurant.
Here an Atlantan shares her experience visiting a market in Atlanta. She writes a blog post and illustrates it with a photo of her which enhances the visual aspect of the site. The pictures of these people and places together show the true depth of the city better than sentences and paragraphs can.
This graphic organizer shows a list of acts for a music festival in Atlanta. Clicking anywhere on the graphic links you to the webpage of the band you clicked on. This feature makes the site very informative and simple to navigate. The style of the font and the page in general creates a very southern and comfortable feel.
This is the front page of the website that welcomes “Atlanta” to the blog. You can see a portion of the downtown area of the city from the view of the picture. The picture doesn’t show the more typical view of the skyline because they are trying to establish a website for the people who are a part of the community, not just tourists.