Most websites do not contain just straight content such as text or images. Many websites also have built-in functionality to make for a better user experience by showing content in a more efficient manner. For example, if there is content that you would only like to be accessible by a certain group then access to the content can be controlled by functionality which hides it from anyone without special permission. The type of functionality that can be implemented on a website is almost limitless, it's all about making your content easier to locate, access and creating a better experience for your users.
Some examples to show how functionality can improve your site:
Show coming events or other key dates with as much detail as needed.
Display images or videos. Scroll, flip or auto-play.
Display covers of publications in a list form.
Store and present data on groups of people or your products.
Performers profiles collected via a web app and searchable.
Share a Reading List of items worthy of a read with your users
This is a simple app that displays, in this instance, book reviews for illustrator Andrew Plant.
Members areas where some users can see more content than others.
Online shops showcasing your products or services.
Secure, convenient. Just what your customers need.
Collect and display feeds from many Social Media channels
A visual, easily understood timeline. Very customisable.
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