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Memberships are currently being offered for individuals interested in being BETA testers. Design Meltdown has many new features in development and we need designers like you to help us ensure we get them right. If you want to be on the ground floor of utilizing new design inspiration tools and resources, please create a free account now.
By registering for an account now, you are agreeing to provide feedback on the features and site as requested. Our feedback surveys will occur once a month and will be fast and easy.
A sincere thank you for helping us grow Design Meltdown into the resource and tool YOU want in your creative workflow.
If you do NOT want to be a part of our Beta testing, simply don't sign up for an account now. We'll have new and exciting features coming your way soon!
Design Meltdown was originally founded in 2006 during the great CSS gallery boom. Over the years the site has taken on several forms, including being dormant for the last 3 years or so.
Although DMD has been at rest, I (Patrick McNeil), have been hard at work obsessing over web design. During the last 6 years I have published 6 books on the topic. My love for the topic is anything but gone.
In this reincarnation of DMD I seek two main goals. First, to get back to the roots of DMD and publish epic amounts of beautiful work. Second, to embrace the user via a user-centered design methodology that packs the most value as possible into the site. I have the better part of 8 years experience in producing this type of content and I have some really exciting tricks up my sleeve. Stay tuned!
We recommend that you increase your browser size for the best browsing experience. The new Design Meltdown has been optimized for big screens. In fact, the bigger the better! Go ahead, try it maximized on a 30" monitor, I dare you not to love it.×