By Joseph Dickinson ; January 9th, 2009

I know it sounds awkward, but resemblance to the 1990s is still around. You may be puzzled, now what is this man talking about? I’m talking about individuals, small business, and even corporate Fortune 500 companies still designing websites in not yesterdays standards, but standards from many days ago. Far too often, individuals make websites into art projects, when in reality they are there to serve a purpose and that is to provide people with information in an appealing manner.

By Marci Crane ; October 16th, 2007
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Professional web site design is important but you don't have to be a licensed professional to get an online space that “says” professional web site design with confidence!

The following design tips will help you to achieve the look alike professional web site design that your business or personalize website has been waiting for.

By John LaSpina ; September 4th, 2007
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Before you start design on a website step back a minute – or two. Think about what a website is REALLY supposed to do for the client as well as the visitor. In its simplest form, a website is there to facilitate a transaction of information between it and the visitor. With this in mind, here are some tips for designing useful web sites:

By lkcheng ; June 25th, 2007

The advance of technology has made creating websites easier. More and more website building software were developed by online companies and web hosting service providers to let people create their own websites without web design knowledge and experience. Below are three of the free website building software that are developed to help people build websites easily:

Google Page Creator (GPC)

By Hannah Barnard ; June 18th, 2007

In the war of design versus functionality, which side is best?

Since the beginning or the internet era, designers have always had to choose functionality or design. But with new graphic technologies and more advanced coding coming to light, some designers are realizing that it isn't a debate at all. Design, as a matter of fact, should complement functionality, not contrast it.


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