When it comes to building a website, a large portion of your work comes down to design and coding.

But, while these two tasks are equally important, the other, arguably more important, is making sure the design and design work is as good as possible.

In the past, we’ve all seen people who did poorly on their designs, and often times those mistakes could have caused problems in the end.

One of the first tools that you can use to help you do better on your design is to use a framework like W3C’s Open Source Design Principles (OSD).

The Open Source design principles have been around for a few years now, and are designed to help the developer and designers of a wide range of projects get the most out of their time and effort.

To be more specific, these principles focus on: Creating content that is clear, concise, and easily understood.