Learn good design by looking at bad design.

I Find Karma (adam@cs.caltech.edu)
Thu, 16 Jan 97 22:51:02 PST


or just shortcut to
if you have no patience.

> Once, not so long ago, it was OK for your web page's
> address to be a virtual path -- http://www.cs.caltech.edu/~adam/ .
> Now, if you don't have your own domain, people don't
> feel your company is the kind of company they want to
> do business with. The same is true about the look of your
> web page. Once, it was OK to slap any old thing up there
> and be done with it. Now, people look at a poorly
> designed site and ask, "Do we want to do business with
> them?" Upside magazine phrased it best when it
> discussed the importance of marketing, "Word of mouth,
> frequency of press appearances, Web site quality and the
> frequency and quality of advertisements all serve to
> create the image of a 'real company.'"

You mean it isn't okay to slap any old thing up there
and be done with it?

Fast forward to the Awards page
According to Megan, I can bestow awards on FoRK.

Checking out...
I hereby grant FoRK the "Stop Kitty Porn" Award and the
"Carpal Tunnel" Site of the Week. Stick em up, baby.


So Rohit, how does it feel to have college applications out
of the way (again)?



Isn't it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do "practice"?