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Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by novicew, Mar 11, 2006.
Yes it is. Thanks.
whew, none of my work on there
That weddings website is really astoundingly bad.
The glaucoma site is one of the weirdest sites I have ever come across, and this is coming from someone who makes a living designing websites. Almost creepy with the totally inappropriate background music.
that background music is the best! Glaaaauuuuccccooooommmmmaaaaaaaa
I hope to god the person singing that was really, really, really poor at the time and just needed to pay their rent.
The Glaucoma Hymm, eh?
Lots of bad stuff here. The Visual Arts League was really bad.
turbopants, what are you talking about? They have flying hamukus. How freaking cool!
You can download it also.
It's now #1 on my iTunes "Top 25 Most Played" list. I jsut can't stop humming it.
Browns University has the most ridiculous navigation ive ever seen.
Some of those sites remind me of why I hate when "web" designers use Flash for navigation...
That' 'Hymn' is crazy. Is this real? Its soo laughable!
The Ponus Yacht Club had me rolling in laughter. Straight out of 1995! I can only guess. it was some rich old woman and Front Page.
Reminds me of the old Providence College cheer:
One person: "What's the color of horse manure?"
Group: "Brown! Brown! Brown!"
I take insult to that statement! I believe you meant
clearly design is the more inappropriate word when referring to these sites. hehe
That wedding site is amongst the worst i have EVER seen.
I don't know how many times I've visited that Brown Graduate School site in the past yearI never realized that there was more to those categories up there (Admissions, Academics, etc.)I always just thought that was it. Truly annoying
Yea, small throw-up in my mouth after the Glaucoma.
Tried to find a new restaurant in des moines last week and ran into this crap pile of a website http://www.desmoinesnightlife.com/
What is up with those owls!?!?
That's Iowa for ya!
They're night owls obviously!
And I think the copyright date (2000) tells it all.
The 'wayback machine' is so amusing (http://web.archive.org)! I had the wonderful opportunity to revisit my university's shameful past on the internet...granted, it's nothing to admire at the moment, but it was just *bad* Oh memories...
Oh. The wedding one? Are we sure that just isn't a joke?