D E A D L I N E
The deadline for entries is 5:00pm PST, April 2nd 2000. No late entries will be accepted. Winners will be announced May 1st.
R U L E S
All HTML, script, image, style, and any other associated files must collectively total less than 5 kilobytes in size and be entirely self-contained (employing no server-side processing).
P U R P O S E
The idea behind the contest is that the rigid constraints of designing for the web are what force us to get truly creative. Between servers and bandwidth, clients and users, HTML and the DOM, browsers and platforms, our conscience and our ego, we're left in a very small space to find highly optimal solutions. Since the space we have to explore is so small, we have to look harder, get more creative; and that's what makes it all interesting. Just celebrating that is all.
J U D G I N G
Entries will be judged according to four criteria: (i) size, (ii) aesthetic appeal, (iii) function, (iv) overall concept & originality.
Judges will be drawn from across the web design industry, and will use their own platform, their own browser with their own plug-ins and none of these will be revealed.
P R I Z E
5120 (5k) US cents. Fifty bucks. So, it's not much. Do it for the honor.
For more information:
The Contest | FAQ & Elaboration | The Judges
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Enter by sending files (zipped, stuffed or plain), your name, a title and (optionally) a brief description to email@example.com. Please read the FAQ before entering.
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