Think you know the secret to evaluatating a web design? What elements go into making a good one, and what separates the OK from the great? Two experts help us out with the answers >>
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If you're a designer trying to make your way in the world, you are going to need a kick ass portfolio... no two ways about it. You need to show off your design skills and your own site had better be a winner or prospective clients won't contact you. What better way to learn what to do than to study some really excellent looking fellow designers' portfolios? Take a look at these 32 stunners we found for you.
22 excellent restaurant web designs that we've curated for you from our collection here at CoolHomepages - take look at this tasty group and find out if you're missing something in your own designs >>
This is part of a great post from our friends at inspiredm.com -- they got the CSS Awards team to create a gallery from last weeks submissions that we think you'll really enjoy.
You need a website, where do you start? Should you build your website with an easy page builder like Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace? If you are dead set on doing it yourself, and you're not a not a web developer, you should definitely consider it. These days there are a number of very solid website easy builders that are very easy to use and can create very nice looking web sites in a short period of time. In the old days, the builders were cumbersome, buggy and normally the content they created looked pretty awful. If you had a business, it was almost imperative that you hire a real live person, a web designer or developer.