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Where to Find a Top Quality "Web 2.0" Designer?

 8:28 pm on Jan 13, 2008 (gmt 0)

I need to get the web 2.0 "bland/neutral/pseudo-clever/politically-correct/all-pleasing/pseudo-easygoing" light blue/white/green look that seems to have been the rage for awhile now. Think the design of stumbleupon.com, text-link-ads.com, mozilla.com, skype.com

Basically my site itself will not be very complex at all, but I'm willing to pay thru-the-nose for that "so-web2.0-PC" look that everyone seems to go for these days.

Where can I find designers who are capable of doing this?



 9:12 pm on Jan 13, 2008 (gmt 0)

Take a look round the net, find some of the sites you like and email them asking who designed them. In the UK we also have a few magazines dealing with web design, they usually run articles on design studios and spotlight peoples work, .Net is one.

Although have a good think if you want another generic web2 rubbish look, people are tiring of them these days. Maybe do something new?


 9:29 pm on Jan 13, 2008 (gmt 0)

Thanks for the advice. Ehh, no I'm pretty much set on getting this look. Personally, I can "see thru it" - but the reason it's gotten so popular - is - it works. Anyone else, please?


 7:41 pm on Jan 18, 2008 (gmt 0)

step 1:

goto g and type in free lance graphic designer...

step 2:

start examining portfolios...

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