Web Design From Scratch - Great Digg!
Stop! If your like this guy (er, monkey) struggling to create your own website, there's no longer any reason to fret.
Web Design From Scratch found its way to Digg's front page this afternoon. And with good reason. It's a very well done site (much like a "for Dummies" book) by a successful web developer/designer - Ben Hunt. Everything is completely free (there aren't any catches, for all you skeptics out there). I perused my way through the site this afternoon, and I think my favorite section was the "Business of Web design." But, Ben has a section for virtually everyone: graphic design, site architechture, CSS and even learning HTML (for all the old-schoolers out there). So go find your own!
Digg readers seem to agree, Ben's site is a hit:
"This is actually a very clean and clear website that seems to hold true to the information he presents. It actually provides useful information in an easy to read manner. It's easy to navigate and has a natural flow. It's not a blog, which is a HUGE plus. It's also not full of egocentric fluff, ala most most blogs. There is nothing earth-shattering about the design or infomation, but is very cohesive in structure and content. The ideas presented are an amalgam of information I've seen on some pretty awfully-design websites. I'm diggin it."
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