happymonkeyz is a blog dedicated to people who wish to find happiness and meaning in life. The blog tries to answer the question of How Can I Be Happy with articles on religion, eastern wisdom, philosophies and life in general. The website looks stylish and bright.
As the domain name says, smartmoneyclip.co.uk is a website that sells money and card holder. The website looked slick at a glance. The graphics were professional and the thumbnails seemed to be optimised as well. I thought the color combination of the text and graphics blended well on the black background.
azhowto is the blog of a developer on open source technologies. The website focuses on the php, mysql, wordpress, linux, apache...etc At a first glance, the site seems to be quite rich in content but looks boring to the layman. The wordpress studiopress backend makes the layout consistent across all the pages.
The baobab tree is a website promoting a story about an african beetle that sets out on a long journey in search of a seed. The design of the site is clean and simple. There is minimal graphics except a beetle that crawls everywhere on in the flash pages.
Life in the Past Line is a genealogical and photographic glimpse of the South African branch of the Goodway family and a very interesting idea for a website it is too. Not only is the name exciting and apt but the website itself is of interest to not only Goodway family members but those who need an idea of how to go about publishing their own family website on the net.
Wordpress is the most popular blogging software today. The homepage of wordpress.com itself has a high Google ranking of 9 and an Alexa ranking of 222 as at the time of writing. I must admit that Wordpress is fantastic for blogging, but if we try to use it as a portfolio to showcase our work, we may encounter some problems.
This is a personal website of Michaela Scherr, a personal transformation coach. Her goal is to help others to achieve inner peace in their lives. The author is a great writer and has alot of cool content to share.
SWART is an online portfolio of Serge Winck's Digital Art. The site includes a multitude of designs including logos, typestyles, promotional ads and more. Unfortunately due to the layout, designs and loading times, the site actually degrades Serge artistically.