Once websites were simple and easy to navigate, but didn't contain much useful information. Today, they are packed with information and oftentimes are equally packed with complex navigational systems that confuse more than they help. Many top web designers have discovered that there's an art to creating sites that are both vastly informative and simply organised. Their trade secrets are revealed here. This book explores the thinking and methodology behind the creation of 24 simple yet content-rich sites. Here, you'll find insights into how each designer began creating a structure, progressing to wire-frames that illustrate each site's internal organization and on to screen captures that showcase the final product's simple and accessible design. With tips from successful professionals, as well as inspiring visual examples, this is a book that no web designer today can afford to be without.