Heal Your Church WebSite


Teaching, rebuking, correcting & training in righteous web design.

August 27, 2008
by meandean
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A celebration of cruft, the king of kitsch ministries.

The WikiPedia defines ‘cruft’ is computing jargon for code, data, or software of poor quality and ‘kitsch’ as art that is considered an inferior, tasteless copy of an existing style. The Celebrations Of The King Ministries in Loma Linda, CA provides a website that is both. The only real question being, what % is kitsch, and what % is cruft – as the design of the this church website seems to take its queue from the Hamster Dance school of design, circa 1998. Continue reading

May 24, 2007
by meandean
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CSS and round corners: Making accessible menu tabs

“One of the best websites out there, in terms of functionality, is, Amazon1. In terms of accessibility though, it’s not too great … Amazon’s menu tabs with their nice round corners, for example, look really nice but are rather inaccessible …” – Webcredible, August 2004 Continue reading