J. Craig Williams has the best blog design.
May It Please The Court went to the Los Angeles Press Club awards last night and came home a first-place winner in the Online Design and Layout category. The Judges' commented:Of course, that's no surprise to the followers of Blawg Review, who will recall the kudos to May It Please the Court in our Blawg Review Awards presented each year on the last Monday in December."Easy-on-the-eyes palette appropriate to the subject matter. Does a good job of accessibility and navigation to content across a variety of forms. User-friendly interface helps invite the reader to read a site devoted to a potentially tough vertical topic."
Blawg Review Awards 2005
J. Craig Williams receives this year's award for Best Graphics on a Law Blog for the gorgeous redesign of May It Please the Court.Blawg Review Awards 2006
Best Law Blog Design goes to May It Please the Court, with kudos to Optional Design Group for creative design and for site development to Neurosity.What's more, in last year's Blawg Review Awards, J. Craig Williams received the award for Best Blog by a Practicing Attorney, as well, for May It Please the Court, recognizing that it's not just a good blog to look at -- but a good blog to read, too.