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Old 10-29-2012, 02:10 PM   #1
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Default So what is 'clean design'?

21 clean web design layouts.

Well, as the author of the article says, what makes a clean design is an individual thing. For me, if a website doesn't tell me enough about the site when I land there for me to want to stay and investigate further, I'm out of there as quickly as my clicking finger will let me.

There are some good ones on the list, but a couple that I would click out of straight away.

And a couple of them are just too busy to ever be considered 'clean'.

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