Worst Websites of 2013 Contenders: July through December

Contenders for worst website of 2013

An awful lot of websites that made up this second contenders' list ended up making The 25 Worst Websites of 2013:

  • HealthCare.gov
  • DS+R
  • John Procario
  • Touch of Modern
  • HollisWealth
  • Mimarch
  • 1927 Events
  • Hugh Jass Burgers
  • Why Japanese Web Design Is So…Different
  • Goetz Theatre Show Times
  • Bombshell 201X
  • Cosmology

10. Flip-Universum

The Flip-Universum website sucks

Vincent Flanders' comments: I received a newsletter about all these cool new websites. As soon as I see words like “cool” or any other superlative like “amazing” or “inspirational” I know I'm going to find Daily Sucker material.

Daily Sucker Discussion

Flip-Universum (site)

12. Who Killed JFK?

Who killed JFK

Submitter's comments:What could be worse than having 350+ primary links on your home page?
Putting up a graphic of the president that covers up twenty of them!

Daily Sucker Discussion

Who Killed JFK? (site)

15. Killtown's 9/11 Coincidences

The Killtown website sucks

Vincent Flanders' comments: The United States is coming up on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. I figured there would be at least one website on this topic that would be over-the-top.

Daily Sucker Discussion

Killtown's 9/11 Coincidences (site)

16. Comissao Coordenadora das Festas do Município da Moita

This website sucks

Vincent Flanders' comments: This site proves you don't have to speak English to create a sucky website.

Daily Sucker Discussion

Comissao Coordenadora das Festas do Município da Moita (site)

17. Cosmic Wimpout

The Cosmic Wimpout website sucks

Submitter's comments: The site is often unreadable, has links that go nowhere, and other things that I find disturbing, such as an order history that has alternating colors in the rows, and the text matches one of the background colors.

Daily Sucker Discussion

Cosmic Wimpout (site)

18. Rudgwick Steam & Country Show

The Rudgwick Steam & Country Show website sucks

Submitter's comments: It's got everything: marquee-like tags, embedded media, crammed in info, etc.

Daily Sucker Discussion

Rudgwick Steam & Country Show (site)