Check these out:
This Web site executes a simplistic design and helps the user to navigate through the Web site by having a clear navigation system. The overall design is user-oriented, where the content is designed around the user visiting the Web site. The Web site uses the design theme to establish an identity of their company—namely wild flowers. Take advantage of that and try to integrate your product in your Web design. (Notice that this Web site has an online shopping tool integrated with the Web site. Having such capabilities is possible, but you may need an expert Web programmer to help you achieve this.)
One More Cool Web Site:
The Alberta Home Care & Support Association Web site also has a very simple design. The color scheme is soft and matches with their logo identity. The content is concise and easy to read. On each Web page of this site, the photos give a very personal feel, and give a great impression of the organization’s work. When you are thinking of making a Web site, be sure to gather photos that you can use.
What should you do?
Again, spend time on the Web to just surf the Internet. Check out Andy Budd’s list of cool Web sites and get a feel of the current trends and styles. In doing so, you will learn a lot about Web design, and be able to make a better Web site later on.
6. What are Some Good Web Sites (Part Two)
Web site by Shirley S. Fung
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