As part of my summer fellowship, I am hoping to take some of the things I have learned about Web design over the years to help others learn how to make a good Web site without any programming experience. Even though Internet technologies have gotten more and more complicated, it has become easier and easier for anyone to publish content on the Web. User-generated content can be posted anywhere–in the form of blogs, videos on YouTube, Podcasts for you IPods.
In developing countries, major towns have started to have an Internet cafe at every street corner, so I thought it would be neat if individuals and small businesses can take advantage of the easy access to the Web to make their own Web site, and take advantage of these new ways to get your word out to the rest of the world.
So over the past two weeks, I put together a guide called “How to make a Web site at an Internet cafe”, and a Web version of the guide is now available on: