Zen Garden Design – As A Design-Challenged Individual

zen garden design It’s also been a major pain in the arse, as Nongyaw, friends and family now expect nearly any site I make for them to look as good as the zen garden submissions.

I’ve found myself almost nostalgic for the multicoloured, ‘multitypefaced’ gifridden designs I used to see in 1996 when I moved to Thailand and first used the web, back in the days when Netscape 0 was the coolest browser out, as a design challenged individual. I’ve used only public domain gifs from surviving webmaster resource sites of that era, for maximum authenticity intrepidly braving ‘pop ups’ and feeding my email addresses to spam fiends as I went.

zen garden design

In keeping with ‘body fluids’ mode of criticism, David Thompson called it A festering pile of shite. It’s an interesting fact that the less scatalogical jp says, Absolutely brilliant…though it hurts my head. Essentially, accessibility guru, Ian Lloyd, wrote Bruce, I’m quite sure, that’s a piece of genius. Actually, bad it’s brilliant! That’s where it starts getting really entertaining, right? The Linuxloving Gabriel wrote Will you propose your design to the official zengarden? I know it’s among top-notch I have ever seen.

zen garden design While Stan Furlong wrote to say that it’s the topic of discussion on a Macforum, the Christian Web Masters didn’t like it.

OMG, look, that’s better thing I’ve ever seen. Generally, please submit that. Please. For instance, steven Souza emailed. I’m sure that the proxmity of my computer to the restroom proved to be highly valuable after viewing your version of the zen garden. Remember, thanks for creating this particular enjoyable experience. Think that using them makes your web site wonderful … Bruce Lawson has taken Web Standards and the Zen Garden approach, thrown it on the ground, and stomped it to death.

Dave Shea’s reason for planting the Zen Garden. CSS to its full effect. By making a deliberately ugly page, I’m proving that structural purity alone does not a great page make -exactly what he was doing best in order to show, and a point which I 100percentage agree with. Basically, beautiful design plus beautiful structure is the way forward, as the CSS Zen Garden shows. While Stan Furlong wrote to say that it’s the topic of discussion on a Macforum, the Christian Web Masters didn’t like it. OMG, so, that’s top thing I’ve ever seen. As a result, please submit that. Please. Steven Souza emailed. Nevertheless, the proxmity of my computer to the restroom proved to be highly valuable after viewing your version of the zen garden. Let me tell you something. Thanks for creating this particular enjoyable experience.

Too lots of us get carried away with Web Standards and consider that using them makes your web site wonderful … Bruce Lawson has taken Web Standards and the Zen Garden approach, thrown it on the ground, and stomped it to death.

Dave Shea’s reason for planting the Zen Garden. Eventually, cSS to its full effect. By making a deliberately ugly page, I’m proving that structural purity alone does not a great page make -exactly what he was doing best in order to show, and a point which I 100 agree with.

Then, beautiful design plus beautiful structure is the way forward, as the CSS Zen Garden shows.

In keeping with bodyfluids mode of criticism, David Thompson called it A festering pile of shite. Actually the lessscatalogical jp says, Absolutely brilliant…though it hurts my head. I’ve used only public domain gifs from surviving webmaster resource sites of that era, for maximum authenticity intrepidly braving pop ups and feeding my email addresses to spam fiends as I went.

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