Pimp your space

A MySpace page in its default state is a pretty unattractive affair. But often customised pages can look far worse than that - the online equivalent of a teenager's bedroom; a cluttered collection of memorabilia that goes some way to give the individual an identity.

So while allowing everyone, with or without decent design skills, to go in and customise their pages is bound to lead to unspeakable crimes against design, let's try and look on the bright side. As a designer and/or illustrator, MySpace becomes another outlet for you to present your work, and get it seen by thousands of other designers, so it's definitely worth the effort.

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