Prince Diamond's NegaMoon Zone HQ, submitted by Nordo. One of the most poorly designed web sites ever. It may not include some of the flashier idiocy that we've seen on ALoDs past, but this site is a true gem of terrible Internet design. Naturally by gem I mean "if looking at a diamond could make you want to plunge a fork into your brain through your eye". It plays some horrible Japanese theme song in the background, has Quake logo animations for no apparent reason, and is written in multicolored text that I would guess is in a point size that has to be determined by cubing a number above fifty.
Can it be? Can it be? Another SailorMoon season? Inspired by Naoko-sama comes my fanfic, "SailorMoon Kesshi" (translated as "SailorMoon 'Do-or-Die Spirits'")! Watch out for a link to this amazing story, putting together the worlds of not only SailorMoon, but Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Aura Soul (brand new idea from ME)!!!
Now imagine that on a drive-in movie screen, because that is obviously what the maroon behind this site used to design it on. Don't believe me? Take a look at these two screenshots I took:
This one was taken at 1024x768, pretty horrible.This one was taken at 1600x1200, this is the maximum resolution any computer I've ever seen on the planet Earth will run at. I'm sure some of you know of some crazy Moon computer that runs at a higher resolution but don't fucking e-mail me and tell me about it.
There are other things I could talk about on this site that really suck really bad, but I'll let you discover all those gems on your own, mainly because I couldn't do much more than glance at them in this fucking horrible design. HOW CAN YOU NOT DESIGN A SITE THAT WILL RUN CORRECTLY IN 1600X1200?!!?! I could change the extension on a giant Excel spreadsheet to ".html" and it would come out looking better than this crap.
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