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What's not to like about Moxon Architects' site? What is to like is full screen images of wildly imaginative designs. Hold it there. Full screen images? And more or less instant?. When often-unreadable, quick-loading and expandable thumbnails is the style du jour. You can imagine the impact on a big widescreen monitor. There's quite a lot of text here and there. But hey, you are given the option of hiding text. Which you do because it's in barely readable white on black.

As they remind you they're alumni of AJ's class of 2005 40 under 40. And Simon Allford of AHMM apparently likes them too - but presumably not when they're in the same beauty contest for big jobs. And here's a first. For me at least. A password-protected section for clients. I don't know what the detail is but it looks as though at least one practice is starting to use the Web in the same way that a lot of lawyers and accountants do – as a cleint service rather than an amateur practice brochure.

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