Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) October 1, 2004
As versatile as it is successful, TemplateMonster.com announces the launch of Web Design Library (WDL), a consciously diverse project that will serve as a comprehensive resource covering both the immediate needs of website authors and the future development of web design.
Including over 1000 tutorials and articles written by seasoned veterans, professionals and experienced amateurs, Web Design Library offers diverse, informed learning experiences Â from introduction to modeling and creation Â to each and every visitor. As well, it has the following visitor-oriented features: a platform for showcasing websites, free promotional exposure within the web design community, filtered web design news, advanced search options, customized newsletters, and a forum for peer to peer chatting. All in all, it truly deserves the epithet suggested by customer Ronnie Olsthoorn Â WDL is a Âspecialized Google for digital artists and web designersÂ project.
George Hogan, chief editor at Web Design Library, commenting on this bold new direction for TemplateMontser.com, said: ÂMany of our customers have been urging us toward some collaborative web design project with an emphasis on inclusion and diversity. And why not? Our aggressive teamwork has already propelled TemplateMonster.com into the stratosphere, and if IÂm not mistaken, we havenÂt lost any of our drive, so now we are simply firing up the jets and moving beyond our traditional gravitational territory. WeÂve successfully done templates; now weÂll develop the worldÂs best web design resource center.Â Moving forward, Web Design Library emphasizes process no less than product and practices no less than theories.
But thatÂs not all. As part of its strategy to gather and showcase divergent viewpoints and alternative methods for solving problems in site design, WDL solicits content from its visitors. Authorship is an unbiased opportunity available to all. It is not enough to say that Web Design Library is an impartial judge and makes conclusions about the publication of materials based on texts alone: the case is always called and the questions are invariably asked, regardless of the authorÂs nationality or degree of notoriety.
Web Design Library to date boasts a materials list that includes as well solicited articles from Jakob Nielsen (useit.com) as tutorials from budding specialists like Ades Tynyshev (adesdesign.net) and Akash Goel (spoono.com), who simply astonished the library staff with his work, which arrived in the libraryÂs inbox a few weeks after a request for submissions was posted locally in public computer labs in the New York area. Likewise, submissions from TemplateMonster.com partners like KillerSites.com, PromotionWorld.com and others attest to the diverse nature of the Web Design Library community.
In short, TemplateMonster.com is once again breaking traditions in order to make a positive difference in the way the web design world works. And to encourage visitors to contribute, TemplateMonster.com and the staff at Web Design Library are now offering free promotional ad space with each published material.
TemplateMonster.com (http://www.TemplateMonster.com) Â is our ÂanchorÂ. It is a first-rate E-commerce project in web design. Started in 2002 as a project of Artvertex, Inc., it was the first company to offer high quality website templates. TemplateMonster.com enjoys more than 30,000 unique visitors daily, and consistently numbers among the top 1,000 most popular websites on the Internet.
About Web Design Library (WDL)
Web Design Library is, first and foremost, the one-stop resource for web designers. It provides everything from lessons in theory to practical experiences through 1000+ tutorials and articles. It also offers fresh web design news, website showcases, and exclusive interviews, tons of free stuff, software reviews, a peer to peer forum and more. Registration to use materials is not required. Library hours: WeÂre always open. Click here to visit: http://WebDesign.TemplateMonster.com.