One is taken to a page with tiles of colorful photographs and bright background colors to highlight lyrics and quotes by Bowie himself. One can click on virtually any of these tiles to be taken to another page with information regarding the chosen tile. The site is very easy to navigate and the roll overs are very quick and easy. His pages are very organized and simple. I enjoy that the images don’t have any border or padding but rather are all tiled next to one another. There is an organized yet casual feel about it. I like how the menu stays static at the top of the page, not even blinking to reload. It is very solid and easy to navigate for anyone I would imagine. The only menu item that takes one out of the main page is the shop-with good reason! It is a world all to itself!
It is very amusing to me to find that bands from the 60’s and 70’s have nice websites. The doors. The site is set up somewhat similar to bowie in it’s simplicity and also in that the shop tab in the menu is the only option that takes the viewer out of the original site and into a new browser, again with good reason. The site is not as aesthetically careful or pleasing as Bowie’s, but it still has its appeal. The images section is not working when it comes to linking with instagram for some reason. The site is responsive, and the menu collapses into a hamburger when minimized. If only Jim Morrison were alive today.