links are excellent sources of information on Web design, software
applications, and techniques. Links Updated March 27, 2017
Research Based Web Design and
Usability Guidelines is an excellent resource for designers
and those wanting to use a design service (U.S. Gov. site).
and Letters Daily is a classic resource (linking) page design,
well edited, easy to use, and it loads very quickly. Note how the
columns adjust when you view it with less than a full screen window.
The content is very high quality--I have never found a "bad"
or "pay" link on this page in 10+ years of viewing!
Note: Sadly, the founder, Denis Dutton just passed away on Dec.
28, 2010, at the tender age of 66. As of March, 2017, the site continues in the same format.
The University of Alaska at Fairbanks has a good online tutorial for website developement and other online publishing.
Pages that Suck
Just in case you haven't seen enough already!
& Graphic Arts
Matters covers color theory, perception, and other cool stuff
Photography tutorials for beginners thru advanced users.
Medicated has fun Photoshop tutorials. Try one!
to a wide range (amateur to pro) of articles on digital imaging
Since support for "Open Office" has ended, I recommend Libre Office as a good
open-source office software word processing, spreadsheets, presentations,
graphics, databases and more. It can be downloaded and used free
of charge for any purpose.
is a free, easy to use application which allows users to
share computers, using the internet. It is great for demonstrations,
tutoring, troubleshooting, and other types of training. If you use
it for profit, a commercial version is required.