Project Playlist Music Website Review
Style: Project Playlist used to have a black, blue and white layout that was gaudy. The black background made everything else stand out but did not go well with advertisements placed around the website. Since then, Project Playlist has been redesigned and looks much better. The website is cleaner, more organized and easier to navigate. The new color scheme includes variations of blue, yellow and orange. Project Playlist has advertisements but they do not interfere with the content on this website. Many of the site members are featured prominently on the homepage.
Ease of Use: The search feature yields tons of results, even if you are trying to find old songs. You can then create a playlist and add songs immediately by pressing a button that resembles the "plus" sign. There is no need to worry about faulty music tracks interrupting the flow of your playlist. If a song is no longer available, it is automatically skipped on the playlist. The following song on the playlist will start to play automatically.
Project Playlist will also let you know if a music track has malfunctioned or is not available in the search results. However, Project Playlist rarely has faulty tracks in the search results. Prior to the redesign, non-members of this website would have to register in order to build a music playlist. Now, you can build a playlist without having to register but with limited restrictions. While non-members can build a quick playlist on the homepage, only five songs can …