Site Redesign

The original design of my site was based around the fact that I had a single product – TopStyle – but now that I have another program underway, that design no longer works.

So, I’ve redesigned, and in the process I’ve cleared away a bewildering amount of cruft that has built up over the years.

Now, I won’t win any design awards with this – it’s not exactly CSS Zen Garden – but I was aiming for simplicity. I still have some work to do (integrating a site search, for example), but it’s mostly complete. If you find any problems, please let me know!

PS: Purists may recoil at my use of an HTML table rather than CSS positioning for the page header, but I wanted to make sure that the page didn’t look like a ransom note to Netscape 4 users (both of them).

9 thoughts on “Site Redesign

  1. Nice and clean.
    The design would look a little better in Opera, if the default 8px padding that Opera has on the BODY element was removed by the style sheet.

  2. who says it won’t win any design awards? people underestimate the power of simplicity in design. kudos on the new layout.

  3. LOL, the developer of TopStyle feels CSS/design-challenged! You go boy! The new site looks great. And I’m lovin’ FeedDemon. It’s ability to read RSS 2.0 with CDATA/HTML is just dang perfect. I’m feeding RSS 2.0 from here. Damn the torpedoes!

  4. You said: “my use of an HTLML table”
    whew, glad you are using that HTLML table instead of an HTML table… ;-)

  5. That looks great, Nick! :) I have always loved sending people to your site, and its all neat and clean and even more inviting now!

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