We have a new Archives Page! Read on to find out more!
Or, instead of reading all the details, stop by and check it out!
This blog has expanded (in posts, mediums, and other ideas) much more than originally expected. That's all well and good, but it also means that we have not been entirely consistent. For example, while we might now be including "animation" in the labels for an animated movie, that was not always the case. We apologize for this and are trying hard to remain consistent from now on, and will do what we can to fix the older posts.
However, all this awesome expansion has made blog navigation a real challenge. Upon arrival, you see the most recent posts, but what if you're looking for an idea for movie night? Do you really want to scroll through the long list of labels (which are all mixed together anyway)? And what if you don't know exactly what you're looking for and the search bar turns up nothing? The "Archives" page is so out of date that it barely gets you anywhere.
Or is it?
That's right folks, we have updated our Archives page! The layout is very different and, we hope, much more helpful. Instead of archiving specific reviews (there are too many for that, and if you're going to be that specific you can use the search bar successfully), it is organized in sections that give you links to label groupings.
Allow me to explain. The Archives page currently has the categories: Big Name Producers, Intended Audience, Medium, MPAA Rating, Our Rating, Review Type, Year Published/Produced, and Genre.
How cool is that?!
As with everything this is an unfinished project. Ideally, we would have "Recommended Age Group" as one of the categories (we are working on getting those labels to work), and we would have a better way to show Year Published other than the actual year (perhaps in intervals of every few decades).
Still, we're thrilled to introduce our new Archives page. Hopefully it makes finding things much easier.
We'd love to hear any feedback you might have on it. Feel free to comment anywhere on the blog and one of us will see the comment. We want to make this page (and the rest of the blog) as useful for you as possible. While we're happy to keep brainstorming ideas, we really appreciate you letting us know what you would find useful as well. After all, this is all for you!
Stop by and check out the new Archives page!