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Unofficial competition to redesign w3c.org
January 10, 2003 8:20 PM   Subscribe

Unofficial competition to redesign w3c.org. In early December last year the w3c.org homepage released a redesign using XHTML and CSS. While everyone appreciated the cleaner use of markup the response was wholly underwhelming and most felt the design did a disservice to CSS.   ...hence the competition, duh.
posted by holloway (4 comments total)

 
When I first saw the W3C site redesign, my first reaction was similar to that of those who started this competition. However, after actually using the site for a few weeks - I think it's great. The alphabetical listing of topics is very easy to use and efficient. Good work W3C.

That said - the competition is a fine idea. A good excercise.
posted by stevengarrity at 8:31 PM on January 10, 2003



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I have the Irish photo, but haven't looked at it for years, but you get the idea.
posted by holloway at 8:53 PM on January 30, 2003



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REST AREA \ / \
500 M / | ||
---------- | R.I.P.||
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,.|, , ,||,.

I have the Irish photo, but haven't looked at it for years, but you get the idea.
posted by holloway at 8:54 PM on January 30, 2003



----------         ______
REST AREA \       /      \
500 M     /      |       ||
----------       | R.I.P.||
                 |       ||
               ,.|,   , ,||,.

I have the Irish photo, but haven't looked at it for years, but you get the idea.
posted by holloway at 8:55 PM on January 30, 2003


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