Keri’s wedding site is visually stunning. Having been married when the Web was just branching off of Gopher, we never got to do anything like this. Maybe I’ll make something like this for our daughters births. Her site is at once simple and refined—in a word, it’s designed.
Note: the markup is typical Dreamweaver bloatcode. That’s why my layout never looks pixelly-perfect: I hate using tables for anything but the simplest layout. I’ve tried to use divs and spans, but it usually doesn’t look good in a browser that I know someone is using. To put it bluntly, I’m not a designer. And that’s okay, because I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and, doggone it, people like me. I’m just going to do the best Bill Brown Information Center I can.
[UPDATE: I just realized that she was married in Disneyland. That’s wild, wacky stuff.]