If you have spent time learning how to design and build a website, you may have found the process to be interesting and fun - but also frustrating.

Over the past years I have taught many people how to create a website, and what I have found in almost every case is that the technical part was easier to master than the design part. 

Perhaps because many of us know basic computer functions, there is an openness to learn the technical details that the 'art' part.

To help resolve this, we wrote an article that gives web design tips for people learning to create a website who do not have a design background. 

The article is easy to read and loaded with helpful information and tips.

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