April 2009
Applied Arts Magazine;Apr2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p08
The article suggests that web designers must understand the inner logic and special rules of each creation. The author remarks that some people claim that what designers do for a living is skin deep. He says a Website must be designed in a way that will accommodate future growth. It is stated that the sites that establish their own rules and follow their own inner logic are the ones that capture people's imaginations.


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