Started: April 20, 1993
Email: contact form
Location: United States of America
Nvidia is the world leader in visual computing technologies, such as video cards, work stations and computer chips.
When you arrive on Nvidia.com the first thing you get is a choice to choose your country/region/languange to give you the correct website. I think this is an extra handling that they could or do automatically based on IP these days or just show me the international US site so I can move on (also there is no Dutch site so I need to choose one randomly anyway).
When arriving at the home page the first thing I notice is the big home slider with big visual imagery. The fonts are very readable and create an idea of what is interesting on the website without being thrown into piles of information.
The site looks professionally designed with its black and green style shown throughout the website and simple looking navigation options.
When exploring the website further I find that the home style isn’t so consistent as I would expect. When I go to products > processors > Geforce for instance I suddenly arrive at a totally different website with a different layout and home style. Also the navigation options I had are gone and to return I must hit backward in my browser to return to the main website.
Other home navigation links do keep me on the Nvidia website with a similar style and home navigation. The content is mainly to the point and big visuals make it easy to grasp.
Due to the professional clean design, the amount of in depth information and the ability to download software and even some great wallpapers I found, the site feels trustworthy and worth visiting.
Although the site isn’t fully consistent in its layout and navigation even sometimes linking to a different website, the site is to the point and looks and feels professional, fitting the world leading status Nvidia claims on having.
By Rowan Gonzalez (Administrator)