How to Make a
Terrible Web Site (And Why You Shouldn't) will use a reverse method
to teach you, a novice Internet developer, basic web and multimedia design.
Through observing what is wrong with both internal and external websites,
you will be able to develop a thorough knowledge of the basic elements
of design, without having to study rules and guidelines. In addition,
you will be able to compare your opinions with those of professionals
in the field. To get started, select from the options below or on the
first basic step to learning about web design is to have a sense of what
colors appeal to the average computer user. Discover the amazing effects
of color on the looks and usability of your site.
Next, learn about the problems and their effects of many Internet
graphics. Uncover how graphics can determine the difference between an
average and a professional website.
A good-looking website is still nothing without something in it. Learn
about how you can make your writing accurate and believable.
When designing a website it is very easy to be drawn in by all
of the "cool" interactive features. This section will teach
you what you need and what is excessive.
Find out about other various aspects of web design, including domain
names, titles, and more interesting facts.
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4 April, 2002