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Web Perfectionist

Posted February 24th, 2010 by Phil Smears

Visit the Web Perfectionist site The Web Perfectionist site was designed by Irina Ponomareva to be clean, elegant, easy to use and accessible to all.

We found it to be a very solid, well coded, accessible site.

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Le Web Accessible

Posted August 26th, 2009 by Joe Dolson

Visit Le Web Accessible site Le Web Accessible, the web site of web accessibility consultant Jean-François Naud, offers numerous touches which demonstrate a solid accessible web site. The site exhibits conscientious application of semantic HTML and headings, links are clearly evident on mouse-activated hover, and the layout is streamlined and simple, keeping distractions or potentially confusing content sequences to a minimum.

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Orion House Bed and Breakfast

Posted May 23rd, 2009 by Mel Pedley

Visit the Orion House Bed and Breakfast site Compared to many other bed and breakfast (B&B) websites that we’ve seen, the Orion House Bed and Breakfast site is outstanding. We’re convinced that evveryone’s online search for B&B accomodation would be far easier and pleasanter if all such sites were of this standard.

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Raspberry Frog

Posted December 8th, 2008 by Marco Battilana

Visit the Raspberry Frog site The Raspberry Frog site has a very contemporary, well structured design that compliments both the branding direction as well as the favorable user experience. The brand of the site focuses on the “raspberry” theme quite effectively with the consistent use of the color in it’s imagery, graphics, and text throughout. As well, the overall visual structure of the site makes it simple for the user to absorb the content effectively. This is done by the choice of the graphics used to create the content’s containers, mainly with the secondary content on the left side. As an added bonus, not many sites have their secondary content to the left of the main content. With the visual structure, it works quite well.

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