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Monday, September 20, 2004

Beautiful Library Website

Filed under: — Carthik @ 3:42 pm

I came across a stunner of a WordPress powered weblog at the Cass County Public Library Website.

I love the colors, the backgrounds, and the way the header images are done. The typography is great too, I dig the titles. What makes this attractive in my eyes is that generally complex designs, with too many colors and busy backgrounds can so easily go wrong, but this one comes out with flying colors, with great cohesion between the backgrounds, colors and the small design elements.
I think what I am trying to describe is called harmony. Credit for the design is attributed to “pixelese design” but I haven’t been able to find the designer’s website. I would have loved to link to it.

So there’s another beauty for you!

Via : Education & Misc, which I suspect is The Shifted Librarian reblogged.

5 Comments

  1. [...] blog
    Filed under: library blogging wordpress — tangognat @ 1:59 am

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  2. I think you shold look here: http://pixelese.com/lifelib/

    Comment by Ronald — 9/20/2004 @ 4:58 pm

  3. Breathtakingly Beautiful Blogs
    Three breathtakingly beautiful blogs by the same designer brought to my attention by Carthik at Wordlog: The World Of Crede, Dialogues: Meeting Of Us and Cassco Library. It’s work like this that reminds me that the Web can be just as beautiful as the…

    Trackback by Binary Thoughts — 9/20/2004 @ 5:03 pm

  4. Thanks Ronald, that works for me :)

    Comment by Carthik — 9/20/2004 @ 9:27 pm

  5. Perhaps I’ve missed something, but when I go to casscolibrary.org, I get banal Frontpage-created pages. Is there a spot in particular you’re referring to?

    Comment by Heliologue — 12/12/2004 @ 6:42 pm

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