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However you donít need to restrict your sources of inspiration to the Internet. On the rare occasion when I venture out of my web design cave to eat something other than baked beans on toast, I like to analyse what grid, colour scheme, and font types that restaurants like to use in their menus. But hey, put me in a sack and throw me down a river if you think Iím just crazy.
10. PRACTISE PRACTISE PRACTISE
I shouldnít have to say this but practise whenever you can. The more you practise, the sooner writing XHTML and CSS code will become a second nature to you, and you should also practise utilising the information from the various theories I have just mentioned too.
A good tip would be to make one web page template a week and submit it to http://www.oswd.org and other online free web page template directories. Itís a great way to improve your skills, and develop a nice little portfolio too.
Well thatís just about it for today, my avid readers. I hope the useful tips in this article have helped you well on your way towards web design enlightenment. If you need more information on any of the topics I have mentioned please donít forget that Google and Wikipedia are your friends. And finally, please, never let yourself forget ĎThere is a difference between knowing the path, and walking the pathí.
About The Author
This article was written by Justin Daniel, who operates his small web design business- NFX Web Design http://www.nfxwebdesign.com.au, located in Newcastle, Australia. This article may be reproduced and published if it contains a link back to NFX Web Design, but not edited in any way without the permission of its author.
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