This category relates to the design-related side of authoring pages for websites.
Offers tips on good web design.
Notes on visual interaction and design.
A guide to web site design, with an emphasis on usability and effectiveness.
A whimsical essay on unpredictability in hypertext design.
Tries to explain why are there so many dangling links in the world.
Experimental website all in gray, a self-declared exhibition of antibanners.
A classic article by Jakob Nielsen.
User interface design pattern library and screen shot collection.
A guide on essential skills for designing effective web sites.
This section contains style, image, document type, and color guidelines for accessible web sites.
Screen-shots and links to some examples of web design.
What to avoid, how to fix them, and links to other sites with constructive criticism.
Provides HTML tutorials, web design articles, free templates, tools and webmaster resources.
Why is the layout of so many web pages so similar? This is not by chance. There are simple logical explanations for why most web pages are formatted the way they are.
Designed to graphically demonstrate common mistakes of web designers. Offers suggestions and links to examples of good and bad web page design.
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