A Microsoft Makeover

Album Cover: Plans

"And it came to me then that every plan is a tiny prayer to Father Time."
Death Cab / What Sarah Said

Posted on July 28, 2004 5:58 PM in Web Design
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Via Zeldman tonight I came across Douglas Bowman's mock redesign of the Microsoft website. This is even cooler to see than the Slashdot redesign that was featured on A List Apart last year. I especially loved the cold hard numbers:

...that 25 KB savings per page could add up to about 924 GB in bandwidth savings per day, or 329 terabytes per year.

Those kinds of figures seen on such a large scale are what make designing with CSS such an undeniably obvious piece of the future of web design.

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