Much of what we’ve been thinking about so far has been design philosophy. Theory is useful, but it can only carry us so far to explain why these ideas and others work in the creation of a website. Examples and procedures are far more important. Many professional graphic design programs have a curriculum that is strong in art history and decorative art. These courses offer a strong basis for learning graphic design from an art viewpoint, but they do little to train you for the unique problems you encounter as you take your projects to the Internet.