Cool Website Simplicity images

Check out these website simplicity images:

site 2010 screencap – simplicity!
website simplicity
Image by kristienberghs
Here’s a tiny sneak preview of how my homepage will look like next…

www.aarghh.be

Website bets on simplicity for selling products – IHT
website simplicity
Image by aymanvanbregt

Nice Website Simplicity photos

A few nice website simplicity images I found:

A series of Banner for Huntella website
website simplicity
Image by Wole Ademola
This is a project i took on for a friend to create an advert flag for his website which is an e-commerce site. The main focus was information architecture.

Menu (March 2011) at Simplicity, Rotherhithe, London SE16
website simplicity
Image by Kake Pugh
Links (see the RGL page for links to other reviews):
Website
Randomness Guide to London

Culture of simplicity

Culture of simplicity


New – The book has no illustrations or index. It might have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher’s website (GeneralBooksClub.com). You can also preview excerpts of the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can choose from more than a million books without charge. Original Publisher: New York, Chicago [etc.]: F. H. Revell company; Subjects:

Price: $ 17.37
Sold by Alibris

Nice Website Simplicity photos

Some cool website simplicity images:

Pale Pink Rust
website simplicity
Image by Pink Poppy Photography
Pink rusty metal.

My study is Poppy Thomas-Hill (pen name). I am a professional stock photographer and artist. All of my my creative commons licensed images are acquirable for free. My images can be used on websites, in magazines, book covers, class projects, powerpoint presentations, publications, media, news, editorial use, product packaging, print, and more.

In exchange for the free use of my images, I require pic copyright credits be given to me as "Poppy Thomas-Hill". A link back to my Flickr pictures is always appreciated, but not required.

Please be kind when using my images. If you think the useage might be questionable, you’re probably right. If it wouldn’t make your grandmother happy, don’t do it. Karma always comes back around, good and bad. Please respect my work.

The Name Game, Kisa
website simplicity
Image by Pink Poppy Photography
A series of harder to find obloquy and study spellings. I plan on using objects that I find to spell out names. I found the two earrings put together prefabricated a nice "S". I started thinking of obloquy with the letter "S" in them. Kisa came to mind, though I wasn’t even sure it was a real name, so I googled it, and sure enough "Kisa" is a girl’s study that means "kitty" in Russian.

My study is Poppy Thomas-Hill (pen name). I am a professional stock photographer and artist. All of my my creative commons licensed images are acquirable for free. My images can be used on websites, in magazines, book covers, class projects, powerpoint presentations, publications, media, news, editorial use, product packaging, print, and more.

In exchange for the free use of my images, I require pic copyright credits be given to me as "Poppy Thomas-Hill". A link back to my Flickr pictures is always appreciated, but not required.

Please be kind when using my images. If you think the useage might be questionable, you’re probably right. If it wouldn’t make your grandmother happy, don’t do it. Karma always comes back around, good and bad. Please respect my work.

The Name Game, Fiona
website simplicity
Image by Pink Poppy Photography
A series of harder to find obloquy and study spellings. I plan on using objects that I find to spell out names. I found the diamond country pin necklace and thought it would make a good "F". The study Fiona was the first study that popped into my head.

My study is Poppy Thomas-Hill (pen name). I am a professional stock photographer and artist. All of my my creative commons licensed images are acquirable for free. My images can be used on websites, in magazines, book covers, class projects, powerpoint presentations, publications, media, news, editorial use, product packaging, print, and more.

In exchange for the free use of my images, I require pic copyright credits be given to me as "Poppy Thomas-Hill". A link back to my Flickr pictures is always appreciated, but not required.

Please be kind when using my images. If you think the useage might be questionable, you’re probably right. If it wouldn’t make your grandmother happy, don’t do it. Karma always comes back around, good and bad. Please respect my work.

Simplicity Lab with Working Simply’s Carson Tate

Simplicity Lab with Working Simply’s Carson Tate
Event on 2011-02-18 20:00:00

Most of us areoverwhelmed, overstretched and over-scheduled.

This is no lecture.Bring your laptop to createthe system that will change your world.

You will learn to:
Stop the crush of information
Sync up your technology tools toincrease your efficiency
Boost performance witha realtask list
Re-invent the way you manage time
Learnthe “Priority Quadrant” to take action

Upcoming Lab Dates:

Friday, February 18, 2011

Wednesday, Might 4, 2011

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Thursday, November 3, 2011


Lab Hours:

8:30 am 12:30 pm

Lab Location:

1435 West Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC 28208

(704) 608-7773
The Interact Studio is located between Freedom Drive and Summit Avenue in Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information, go to the Interact website.

Ticket Price:

5.

Registration Deadline/Ticket Sales End:
Two days prior to apiece event date.

(Feb 16, Might 2, Sept 13, and Nov 1)

Host Contact:

Carson Tate, CPO

Working Simply

at Interact Studio

Charlotte, United States

The Rapidity, Simplicity and Nobility of Style in the First Six Books of Virgil’s Aeneid

The Rapidity, Simplicity and Nobility of Style in the First Six Books of Virgil’s Aeneid


Used – This is an OCR edition without illustrations or index. It might have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher’s website (GeneralBooksClub.com). You can also preview excerpts of the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can choose from more than a million books without charge. Original Published by: University of Wisconsin–Madison in 192

Price: $ 15.19
Sold by Alibris

Letters on the Greatness and Simplicity of the Christian Faith, a Revised Edition of “Letters to Sunday-School Teachers”

Letters on the Greatness and Simplicity of the Christian Faith, a Revised Edition of “Letters to Sunday-School Teachers”


New – This is an OCR edition without illustrations or index. It might have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher’s website (GeneralBooksClub.com). You can also preview excerpts of the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can choose from more than a million books without charge. Original Published by: Pilgrim Press in 1906 in 211 pages; Subj

Price: $ 14.84
Sold by Alibris

Nice Website Simplicity photos

Check out these website simplicity images:

Inspiration: Xtencil
website simplicity
Image by Patrick Haney
This site isn’t perfect, but it’s focus on simplicity and the actual
portfolio work is what I like about it. There’s also some nice
spacing here, keeping content well separated. The navigational items
can be a bit confusing in those 3 columns at the top, but I like
where they were going with it.

www.xtencil.com/

New Portfolio Site
website simplicity
Image by Justin Belcher
After sending someone to my flickr stream for the millionth time I decided to finally get a portfolio site up on the web:

justinbelcherphotography.com

My primary goal for the site was simplicity, as I feel far too many photographers go overboard with Flash and bad UI design. Also, since I’m not actively seeking out projects I place less of an emphasis on marketing or fluff.

The site is a custom one-pager prefabricated primarily with PHP and jQuery.

Another hallmark for me with the site is completely dropping support for IE6. That might seem outlandish when that individual could be a potential customer, but we have to begin somewhere if we’re going to rid the web of that headache. Instead, IE6 users are redirected to this page where I make my case for upgrading and point them to a flickr slideshow of my portfolio in the meantime.

All in all I’m really happy with how everything turned out, and for me it’s been a refreshing exercise outside of all the corporate web development I do at work.

What would be the best free website hosting (SIMPLICITY PLEASE)?

Question by Iza: What would be the ideal free website hosting (SIMPLICITY PLEASE)?
Hi! I’m looking to build a individualized website again. I’ve done the whole HTML programming by hand with oldies like Angelfire, Geocities, Tripod etc (remember those?? how many HOURS did we have when we were teenagers! HUH!)

I havent had a website since Geocities shut down a couple years ago. I didnt have time and didnt get around to it.

I’m looking for a VERY SIMPLE TO USE template, but one that lets you have your own choice of design (very streamlined for me, nearly no graphics except background image and photos). I like block color and easy-to-read Verdana font, no frills, bells or whistles.

What I’d like to place on it is basic info, a “news” page, a few info pages on different subjects, a pic album, etc. Should I / is there one that can be linked to my Facebook, Youtube, etc? I use Photobucket for my pictures (maybe I should get on Flicker but I like to order CDs of my pictures from PBucket once in a while and I’m just used to it I guess). I dont need apps, games or a guestbook.
I’d like maybe to have a few rotating pictures on the “enter” page like a diaporama but I believe you can embed that from Photobucket or something right?

It would be nice if they had templates where you can just type your text in a box, drag & drop your pictures etc to make kinds of paragraphs with text and pictures like in a newspaper, but without all this < p > < div > html drivel…….. does that exist? for free free free??

Basically what I’m looking for is a site that is VERY EASY and SIMPLE to UPDATE.
Like Geocities was when it was still free. But easier. Cuz I’m 33 now and I will NOT spend 8 hours a night changing a letter around to find the right pastel pink hue for a font to be readable on a certain background pattern.

I cant afford to pay for a site. I’ll just pay for my domain and then link to my free site from the first page on.
Suggestions????? THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
xxxx
Iza

Best answer:

Answer by I am Beast
Freewebs.com. I’m not sure if it’s .com or .org so I would google it and then click on the first link.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Nice Website Simplicity photos

A few nice website simplicity images I found:

Ecobusiness – Free Design Template
website simplicity
Image by karindalziel
www.opensourcetemplates.org/templates/preview/1312612761/

What attracted me to this template was the simplicity and nice typography. Even though there is a lot of information on the page, there is also a lot of whitespace. I think this template could be spruced up quite nicely.

Larry King Cardiac Foundation
website simplicity
Image by Matt Blasi Designs
The homepage redesign for the Larry King Cardiac Foundation (LKCF) was done to place a large focus on the media and donation items while including additional information about the organization and it’s running.

The site was kept very clean and prefabricated simple to follow. Focus was place on simplicity based on the given audience for the site.

Andy Pearson on VIRBĀ°
website simplicity
Image by Patrick Haney
I love Andy’s simplicity with this customization. The background
pattern is class, the content blocks are concise, and his name/
information up top gets right to the point while looking good at the
same time.

www.virb.com/andypearson

WordPress SEO fine-tune by Meta SEO Pack from Poradnik Webmastera