Web Pages That Suck – learn good web design by looking at bad web design

I’ve taken a long sabbatical from the site because of an overdose of dealing with websites and people suffering from Dunning-Kruger Syndrome. Seriously, 20 years of looking at badly designed websites takes its toll, but like John Wick, I’m back. Bad websites: Prepare to get shot in the face a la John Wick. Click picture for my feelings on the matter.

Web Pages That Suck Presents The 20 Worst Websites of 2014

some websites are unbelievably bad

This year there’s less emphasis on using Over-The-Top websites—mostly because I’ve separated them into their own document The 12 Worst Over-The-Top Websites of 2014—and started discussing mobile mistakes along with more serious design flaws. This shouldn’t be a surprise as the world is seeing a quantifiable move from the desktop to mobile.

The 20 Worst Websites of 2014

The 12 Worst Over-The-Top Websites of 2014

this website is really poorly designed

Here are 2014’s websites that make you ask questions like, “WTF is going

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Avoid Buying a Home With a Bad Layout Design

Buyers might not know a bad layout design when they first see it, but they will know if something doesn’t quite feel right about the house. Generally, that feeling is caused by a bad layout. The best house layouts don’t cause this reaction. There is no uncertainty about a good home layout.

Moreover, it’s often very difficult to correct a bad layout without spending a lot of money. Before deciding that a bad layout can be improved by moving walls, ask a contractor to tell you if the walls you want to relocate or remove are load-bearing walls because, if so, it might be impossible or financially unfeasible.

Common Bad Layout Designs

Homeowners can easily become oblivious to the layout after occupying the same space for a number of years. Day-to-day activities become rote after a while, and it might not make any difference to a homeowner how

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