Purpose: the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.
Theme: the subject of a talk, a piece of writing, a person's thoughts, or an exhibition; a topic
Is it easy to tell that the purpose is the building block of the site?
Does the site stick to the stated theme?
The goal of your website is not to share your opinion, but to give solid factual information.
It is up to your group if you want to include an "opinion page," but it is not a requirement.
Your site should be easy to read, but not have distracting text changes!
This is all about the images you have chosen to use. Make sure you are using high quality pictures, images and illustrations!
When someone comes to your page, will they be excited? Bored? Confused?
If someone is cruising around your site, can they get from place to place with relative ease?
Your goal is to make this website look as professional as possible. Correct spelling & grammar are an integral part of this: use "professional register," not casual register (AKA "internet lingo").
What you choose to include in your site.
Do your research: don't include things in the site just because they're flashy!
Activities and links are well planned and thought out. It makes sense to an outsider how they should go through the pages.
You must educate your audience. This is one of the best ways to get them all of the information they need in order to successfully complete activities on your site.
Whatever you want your reader to do, make sure it's connected to the content and educational!
Within the content you have chosen, have you been able to make it interesting?
Is it fun or exciting for someone to read your information? to look at your videos? to complete any activities on the site?
Depending on how you choose to create the site, you may all work on pages together or you may delegate different responsibilities to different group members.
At times, it is nearly impossible to create 100% original content. That's okay, as long as you are giving credit where credit is due!