Here at C:D:S we like to keep our web designs simple. We do
that for several reasons. First, because we don't like clutter. It gets in the way of
the product. It confuses the eye. Much of it is ignored by the viewer. Example One
Or Just Stately Formal:
don't like websites that take forever to load. Broadband internet is still too pricey for
most of the folks. And we don't want to turn off visitors to our client's sites. Of the examples below,
the first link is foot-stomping heavy on the download. It will get your attention. But
slowly. We would hesitate to suggest such designs but if you insist, we are able. We
just prefer the more graceful and, dare I say, demure web designs.
The last example
runs a lot of Java. Java is fun and useful. It has one problem, though. The unscrupulous
can write java scripts that can contain viruses or spyware. They can hurt your computer or
steal your keystrokes (i.e. your passwords and your credit card numbers.) If your browser
is up to date, when you enter example 5, all of the Java scripting should be blocked.
Only unblock the scripts when you trust the site.
That said, web design is moving on. Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are coming into their own. While a little more intimidating than HTML, they build on HTML before going a step or to in their own directions.
If You Like Lots of Glitz:
Or Perhaps Professionally Simple:
How About Something With Frames:
Maybe You Just Need A Little Java:
Give us a call or e-mail today!