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    I have been doing PHP Scripts for over 2 years now, but I never have really got into design. I am not very good at it, but I would like to learn so I can truely make my own websites.

    Anyways my site that I want to design better is http://www.playfullyclever.com/info/

    Not sure what to do, while coding I tried to make it very easy to use stylesheets to design it, but eh.. im just confused

    any ideas? thanks

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    Ah, I am not selling information at all.. it is about my Comp Sci Teacher, we had a technology discussion on Friday about the freedom of information on the internet and I have a lot of info and pictures of him found freely on the internet w/ google and other search engines.

    If you see the source, i got the meta robots to not get indexed so if the actual URL does get out (I just created this info/ one w/ no real info, but its on same design) to try to get help.

    sorry for the misunderstanding

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    Gotcha, that's a relief
    I am Alan Hogan (@alanhogan on Twitter). I like PHP, UI/UX design, and OS X.

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    I look around the internet for inspiration sometimes... but my best ideas are just random thoughts I have. "That would look cool." That doesn't help much, though, so:
    1. Look at how your favorite websites are layed out
    2. Check out the Listamatic series of nav designs
    3. Learn CSS if you haven't!
    4. Try a color schemer online, search for color schemes or something
    5. Read design blogs/tutorials - for example, read something about whitespace.
    I am Alan Hogan (@alanhogan on Twitter). I like PHP, UI/UX design, and OS X.


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