Amazingly Bad Websites from the Nineties

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Amazingly Bad Websites from the Nineties


Tim Brown

Tim Brown is the owner of Hook Agency, and strategic marketer focused primarily on driving traffic and leads for small businesses and construction companies.

The Space Jam website

The truth - Best of the worst websites

Well, this one is an honorary and terrible first entry. This website has all the perks, crazy bright colors, a movie topic that kicks up the nostalgia, and some flashing gifs. If that isn’t a …. gift, I don’t know what is.

The Space Jam Website

 

The World’s Worst Website

Nineties websites that were/are terrible. Enjoy
This website is purposefully bad. Welcome to the worst possible website on purpose, and if you click on the link, turn down your sound because the music plays automatically.

The World’s Worst Website

DP Graph

Best of the worst websites

Dynamic Photorealistic 3D Graphing Software
for Math and Physics Visualization

The horror of spinning, flashing, fluorescent everything.

DPGraph

Ali Web

Ali web, worst websites

The first search engine in all of it’s delightful ‘pre-historic’ tackiness

Ali Web

Cyber Beach

Cyber Beach, old bad websties

This is not only one of the oldest privately held websites still on the web, it also gives you a little backstory as well. Learn about the 90’s on the web if you need a little info to jog your memory.

Cyber Beach

Home Improvement Fan Club

Home improvement Fan Club

Well this is one that I have to link through on “The Wayback Machine” at archive.org – Which is an amazing resource that allows you to view web pages in all of their awful glory back in the day. I’m not here to bash these websites, I remember how fun it was creating a website when I was 11… at the library before I’d go home and watch Home Improvement. The nostalgia factor here is pretty thick. Wow… Take a look at these images.

More Power – The Home Improvement Fan Club

I think my next web design project for fun could entail creating a weird throwback to when the web was really a wild west of strange spinning gifs, horrifyingly bright clashing colors, tons of pixelation, and whatever you could get away with, with the very limited parameters the web could process back then. Any suggestions for what it could be about?

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Tim Brown is the owner of Hook Agency, and strategic marketer focused primarily on driving traffic and leads for small businesses and construction companies.

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