Jamie Zigelbaum: This site's home page was unique from the rest of the experience. As a user you dont get much context as to what you will get when hovering over something. The rest of the sit contrasts in that its informational and relatively clear. The user is aware of their choices beyond the homepage. I would say this style may relate to Democracy.
Jack: I found this site's user experience to be pretty limited, there is very little to interact with. I would say this experience similarly relates to the governing style of dictatorship, as there is very little for the user to do by choice, and very little room for the user to move around (no freedom).
Jean-Paul Kelly: This site had a very unique user experience. I would say this experience relates closest to the governing style of dictatorship because the user at first has no idea what is going on, the illustration suddenly animates and eventually the site prompts you to click on a piece of the animation, and gives you no other options. It then whips you to another page that is again restricting to the user as you hover over different buttons and get random responses.