Because of all those ugly websites out there, we feel that good web design should be rewarded. We have a simple, yet effective criteria for judging web design. You can see this criteria below...
Aesthetic Appeal (55%)
The overall look of your website including colour combinations, proportional spacing, crispness of graphics and visual impact.
How long your website takes to load. This could be affected by how well you optimised your graphics, animation and sound and the web host that you chose.
Navigation & User Friendliness (15%)
How easy it is to find the buttons and get around the site, whether the layout is logical and if there is continuity between pages.
Cross-Browser Friendliness (10%)
Your site should look good on all major browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari)
The amount of errors in your code according to the W3C, and accessibility issues, outlined by the British Disability Discrimination Act.
If your score total is 80% or above, you qualify for an award.
If you think your site is an example of good web design, then apply for a web design award. This is open to everyone, and all sites.
Should you win an award, you will be able to display a web design award button (featured on the right) on your site.
Also, a linked thumbnail of the awarded site & a congratulatory message will be displayed in the top right section of this page for a limited time...
Nominate your Website
Type in a website address to verify a web design award...