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Fresher Styles for Web Designers: More Eye Candy from the Underground by Curt Cloninger

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Chapter 09. Hand-Drawn Analog Style

 

THE SENSE OF PLEASURE IN DRAWING A GOOD LINE, WOULD REALLY, I THINK, BE EDUCATION IN THE DUE SENSE OF THE WORD FOR ALL SUCH PEOPLE AS HAD THE GERMS OF INVENTION IN THEM.[1]

 
 --WILLIAM MORRIS
 

KEEP THE IRREGULARITIES INCONSISTENT.[2]

 
 --EDWARD FELLA

Web sites are usually associated with computers. People use computers to access them, and web designers use computers to make them. Not surprisingly, a lot of web sites look like they were conceived on computers. Their layouts are very regular, their right angles are mathematically perfect, their typography is digitally set, and their imagery is created using digital imaging tools like Photoshop and Illustrator.

But web sites don’t have to be designed on computers any ...

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