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  1. OmwengaDev

    Great piece!! Awesome and practical too. It’s a game changer to me.
    Keep it up!

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  2. Emilda Daniel

    Great article, it’s very useful to know the most important principles in web designing. I’m a web designer. I’m going to consider these article for my next web design work. Thank you a lot for this valuable article. :)

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  3. Spark Email Design

    Amazing!!!!! Excellent blog post. Even non technical person would understand what a user needs and designers would know what should be included and what needs to be not. I must say one should share this blog post before leaving it.

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  4. Rusty Macauley

    It’s nearly impossible to find knowledgeable people in this particular subject, but you seem like you know what you’re talking about! Thanks

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  5. Jacquelyne Bicklein

    I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Exceptionally well written!

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  6. Igor

    Great article, loved reading it. I think it will influence my future desings a bit, though I allready know about some things. Keep it up!

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  7. Chris Brown

    I like the information shared. Your efforts in researching such a good content is really appreciated. I like everything written but the important that taken my attention is the Law of Common Fate, which is really new to me. I am a web designer and love reading blogs. Keep sharing latest news about market.

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  8. Great Post, i learn a lot form this article. I hope you can post more for beginners in web design like me..

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  9. Nicholas

    Thank you for a brilliantly concise overview and compelling examples. It all has that ring of unstated truth about it.
    Well done Peep!

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  10. Azanka

    Great post but I would like to make a correction. Pantheon is in Rome and not Greek – In the photo this the Parthenon from Athens.

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  11. Giulio

    The Occam’s razor part is incredible. 300% increased conversion, wow

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  12. Matthew H

    Superb article, bookmarked with a plan to read over and again to sink your musings in.

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    1. Super agree!! What you posted and shared here is something is valuable to many web designers! Thanks a lot!

  13. jason404

    That’s the Acropolis, not the Pantheon (which is in ancient Rome).

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  14. Good article. Next time you might want to have someone proofread it for spelling and punctuation. (That is, if you value “aesthetically and financially rewarding results.”

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  15. Benyamin

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading this, i’ve bookmarked the page and will referring to it until it has been memorised!

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  16. bobit

    really worth tips
    i like the first principle very much

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  17. These are all good tips and that piece of meat in the middle reminded me how hungry I was!

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  18. Reyven

    Wow! I really enjoyed reading this. I’m an aspiring web designer and these information made me think I still have a lot to learn to be certified one.
    Nice piece of article. Tweeted it as well. :)

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  19. Michael Lysiak

    Thanks for sharing. These principals will definitely be useful to me.

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  20. Pooria Kh.

    WoW!

    Great article, complete is a better expression here, complete set of basis i designer should have,

    wonderful article, thanks to you

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  21. Bill B

    Web designers would be wise to use products such as Microsoft OneNote and EverNote as a way to jot down any ideas they have. These programs are great for organizing your thoughts and putting them all in one place. It’s a great starting point when trying to determine how to build your site.

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  22. Another amazing blog post Peep! How the heck did you learn about all these laws and then apply them to design? Brilliant!

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  23. Taylor Dean

    nice post. i learn so many things from your article. i’ve been reading your articles and i find it helpful in making my projects.

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  25. Great article! I shared it in my article “Newbie’s Guide to Getting Started in Web Design Business” I wrote for Webiny.com

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  26. Shelly O’Neill

    Great article. Really useful information. Best I’ve read in a while on this subject. Thanks so much for all your efforts.

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  27. Mukesh Mak

    Great article….!!!Nice to know about new
    things with helping concept. I am almost brand new to blogging and really useful for me .that is collection of the tools are helpful for the web designing.
    Thank you

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  28. Abhi Rao

    I will be sharing your site with my composition students who are designing their webfolios–great info, thanks!

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  29. Ross Beamish

    My yr.10 ICT students are going to get a LOT from this tomorrow. Thanks for the great article.

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    1. Peep Laja Peep Laja

      Great, hope they’re interested.

  30. niresh

    I knew some and i`ve learned some thnx for sharing this research work…

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  31. nice research, thanks for sharing

    by
    Sivakumar, HTML Developer

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  32. Fernando

    This blog post should be GOSPEL to anybody involved with designing websites.

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    1. so, it’s made up and shouldn’t be believed?

    2. Drew Callison

      Otto appears to be referring to the bible Peep. Your work is brilliant and certainly invokes a serious change of my web designing consciousness. Great Post!

  33. Djava tech

    Great article….!!!Nice to know about new
    things with helping concept. I am almost brand new to blogging and really like
    your post, it is really on target! Thanks for all of your time & work. Hope
    you always write this blog.

    Thank you,

    The given information is very effective.

    I’ll keep update with the same.

    website designing

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    1. DeEtte

      Great article & very practical. Thanks for all the tips – I’ll be thinking about them for awhile as we work on our website redesign. [But by the way, your photo under #2 is of the PARTHENON (temple in Greece), not the PANTHEON (church in Rome or church/crypt in Paris).]

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