Clinton site has all caps. Is it an example of uncouth netiquette as the critics cited above yammer? Well, let's take a look at the polished effort of that sleek 21st century candidate, Barack Obama:
“Hillary’s is way more hectic, it’s got all these, what look like parody ads,” said Ms. Twemlow, who is not a citizen and cannot vote in the election. [Well, neither can I.]
Jason Santa Maria, creative director of Happy Cog Studios, which designs Web sites, detected a basic breach of netiquette. “Hillary’s text is all caps, like shouting,” he said. There are “many messages vying for attention,” he said, adding, “Candidates are building a brand and it should be consistent.”
Gee, there seems to be plenty of "shouting" going on there as well, eh? Very bad show, New York Times. Overall, I rate the Clinton site higher for its usability than the Obama one--the latter has way too much dead space to look "pretty" which it really doesn't. Form over function--draw your own conclusions.