An Online Museum Dedicated To 1995 - 2005 Web Design

September 13, 2018


This is the Web Design Museum, an online museum that "exhibits over 900 carefully selected and sorted web sites that show web design trends between the years 1995 and 2005." You can sort websites by year, category or style, or just click around randomly like a normal person with little to no attention span. What a pleasant trip down memory lane that was, wasn't it? "Not really." Nope, how much did we pay to get into this museum anyways? "It was free." Thank God, now let's go blow all our money in the gift shop.

Thanks to K Diddie, who agrees Geekologie belongs in a museum, albeit in an adults-only gallery like the curtained sectioned of a video rental store.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Anyone remember web2.0? Yeah, neither do I.

  • Redeemer

    Lissa Explains was a website I used all through high school between 2001 and 2005 to learn HTML and CSS so I could create sites in similar fashion. The funny thing is Lissa Explains is still around today and looks like it was active up until 2016, all while maintaining the same design and layout it had way back when.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Well thanks. Now I have eye cancer.

  • Jenness

    I rarely get this excited about stuff but I think this is totally f***ing cool.

    1991 and here we are today - a cesspool of crap that has taken over everyone's lives. That really escalated quickly if you consider the whole timeline of humanity.

  • Eric Ord


    PS So out of style on the Internet! Reminds me of Meh...

  • Eric Ord

    What is it with you and Willard?!

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