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Is my web site stuck in the 90s?
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   11 years ago

Over the past few months, I've had a couple of customers email me saying that my web site looks like it's stuck in the 90s. They say that the design needs an overhaul.

Personally, I've always liked a very clean, simple interface without a lot of flashy graphics. I like the minimalist style of sites like Facebook and Google (the epitome of a simple design).

What do you think? Should I redesign the site to make it look prettier? Do you think the navigation is difficult? What would you change?

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Jim Smith 
11 years ago
This site is all about those great tutorials.  It doesn't need to be flashy.
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