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I think designers who give away template designs with all the graphics and colors in place are web angels, and I've seen some amazingly lovely things offered, but do you know what I really, really like? Sites that give you good, clear ideas about how to put together a design on your own Adam Polselli offers just such a generous gift with his "Get the Look" section outlining palette, font, and key element choices for different styles. Very nice.

I found Adam's site via a resource I can't gush enough about: forty.something's ultrawonderful Etc., a brilliant spot for web design resources. Do you have a favorites folder called "2 good 2 B true"? Go ahead and put this one there.

Posted by taz on April 26, 2004 at 03:30 AM in Site design | Permalink


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