This post, written by web designer James Paden of Xemion.Com, takes a snarky look at Web 2.0 and the cookie-cutter websites that seem to be popping up everywhere. Make with the clicky here.

Incidentally, this is a great web development blog, by the way, especially for freelance developers interested in taking a closer look at conversion rates and learning how to put together a powerful resume. Lots of great articles.

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    Thanks for all the link love! I’m glad you found my blog so useful. Just fyi, I’m going to be really focusing the blog on helping design firms and freelancers with their businesses. No general web design posts, all about clients, marketing and management, etc. Thanks again!

  • Thanks for all the link love! I’m glad you found my blog so useful. Just fyi, I’m going to be really focusing the blog on helping design firms and freelancers with their businesses. No general web design posts, all about clients, marketing and management, etc. Thanks again!

  • Good! There are enough web development tutorials out there – not enough web dev *business* info. I used to teach web design and programming in Brooklyn, and in my course, I always tried to offer good business advice as well. Even so, it amazed me how many of my students, having never designed anything before, thought they’d instantly start raking in big bucks the day after they completed my two month class.

  • Good! There are enough web development tutorials out there – not enough web dev *business* info. I used to teach web design and programming in Brooklyn, and in my course, I always tried to offer good business advice as well. Even so, it amazed me how many of my students, having never designed anything before, thought they’d instantly start raking in big bucks the day after they completed my two month class.