This is not my site but I think it is one of the nicest looking sites I have come across: www.webdesignerwall.com
However I am not sure the way it is structured is the best use of css. It seems that the page is structured around background images:
Whilst this looks good in my browser/resolution/font size I am not sure doing it this way is the best approach?
Using fixed size bg-images
Using fixed size bg-images the way they have means that content will bust out of the frame that's s'posed to hold it when you increase the size of the text in your browser, so from that point of view, it's not a very scalable design.
There's nothing wrong with using bg-images to create a layout, and to achieve a scalable layout while maintaining the look they were going for would probably be quite tricky, but it probably could've been done.
It's interesting that they've got an article titled 'The All-Expandable Box' on their home page right now. I have found the couple of articles I've read on that site to have been lacking in one area or another.
There seems to be a focus on
There seems to be a focus on look over scalability and cross browser support on the site in general, I guess it depends on what you are trying to achieve but I definately still think the site has a wow factor.
It's interesting that they've got an article titled 'The All-Expandable Box' on their home page right now.
I think the design is very pretty but 685k? c'mon.
Love that site design
The graphics are great and original I think. There's something about creativity too which is sometimes hard to do!