Creating Quality
Web Page Design

© 2001 by Walt Howe
(last revised 24 April 2001)
This article is the third of a series on Web Page Quality. The previous articles were Evaluating Quality and Producing Quality Web Page Content. The first two concerned themselves with the content of web sites. This article explains how to produce quality design. It is not a course in graphic design, but a set of DOs and DON'Ts to consider in laying out and designing your web pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Define your target audience.
  2. Provide Accessibility.
  3. Provide easy and consistent navigation
  4. Avoid turn-offs!
  5. Provide Readability.
  6. Use HTML to help people
  7. Test your pages

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Part One
 
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