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As I moved on to the next available links on the navigation bar, I could see few of my friends listed on the ‘My friends’ tab categorized on the basis of their long drive experience and car experiences. It was a good visual representation and it looks good and creative. I haven’t seen such way of representing friends network in any other site. So in one way this was one of the most exciting feature here like showing the interconnection between friends similar to the graphical binary tree structure in Computer Science. Then I moved on to the ‘Share Experience’ tab where you could share either your long drive or your car experiences. As I navigated further I learned that there is a ‘Leaderboard’ tab which contains the owners of different badges namely -Platinum,Diamond, Gold, Silver, Bronze etc. The different badges are awarded on the basis of the experiences we share. So likewise when you register on the website for the first time then you would be awarded a bronze badge. Isn’t that something worth to flaunt? Again this was categorized into friends and all. So I could see my Facebook friends and their badges when I clicked on the ‘Friends’ button. I liked the responsiveness and the usability of the website. Being a Quality Analyst who analyses different applications on the basis of their performances on different browsers and OS platforms, I realized that this websites stands above the other websites. The user friendly nature of the portal has actually impressed me.
I swiftly moved on to the next tab named ‘Long Drive’. So this was something outstanding and different. I could see a grid containing different city names which was the starting point for long drive experiences. Suppose whenever I clicked on a particular city, I could see results containing long drive experiences which actually started from that city. So by reading those experiences, you could actually muster enough details about does and don’t and more insights regarding the road trip. The next tab was ‘Compare Cars’.
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