Observations from the Unitarian Universalist website scan
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Some notes from my quick survey of Unitarian Universalist websites. This speak to the broad middle in quality; I'll be writing about the really amazing ones and some deeply problematic habits another time.
Unitarian Universalists sites make little use of web fonts, which is unfortunate as Google makes many families available free of charge. (This blog uses two.) Noteworthy exceptions:
Lots of Weebly sites. Also some WordPress.com ones, but fewer Google sites that I would have anticipated. All, at a basic level, are free of charge.
Saw some Drupal installs -- which will power the new UUA.org site -- even for churches too small to make the best use of it. Surely hobbiest interest; been there myself -- and turned back.
Installation photos seem to be a thing as a front page image.
Massachusetts sites tend to feature the prominant meeting-house photo, and also tend to be better designed overall. Those areas with fewer Unitarian Universalists, in my impression, have poorer sites overall. That deserves a rescan.