The Return of Book of Styles

Autumn Ivy

I’d been want­i­ng to have anoth­er place to post some web design-relat­ed links to because i know not too many of my read­ers here are inter­est­ed on the top­ic. Last night I thought, well, I do have a domain lay­ing around doing noth­ing but being a waste of cyber­space. So I decid­ed to bring some life into the Book of Styles.

Instead of post­ing my own tem­plate cre­ations there, I post links to oth­er people’s tem­plate cre­ations. There are so many free tem­plate designs out there that look amaz­ing and are bet­ter than I could ever design myself. Even the cur­rent design of Book of Styles is not my own. I real­ly like it, though.

So yeah, Book of Styles is now a weblog on free tem­plates and web design. If you have any inter­est on the top­ics, be sure to book­mark it, or bet­ter yet, sub­scribe to its RSS feed. Now go check it out!

5 comments / Add your comment below

  1. Hmm, I’m get­ting a serv­er not found error on the site… :(
    Look­ing for­ward to this, though, Fir­da. I already keep a watch on a lot of design archives. It is tru­ly amaz­ing the art­work that some design­ers put into their web design. :)

  2. So glad that there’s a cat­e­go­ry for word­press tem­plates! …new pret­ty word­press themes always lure me into updat­ing my blog theme… which always ends up to my mod­i­fy­ing codes for extra plu­g­ins again and again…
    Agree with Jor­dan. It’d be even greater if some thumbpics could be dis­played.

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