Admin Panels That Don't Suck! [Slides]


Admin panels are a feature of many web development projects, and in my experience rather a lot of them are less than gorgeous. As we've mentioned before here on Nettuts+ there is a very affordable, very professional looking solution thanks to the ever popular admin templates section on ThemeForest. But don't listen to me, here's a slideshow about Admin Panels that Don't Suck:

Admin Panels that Don't Suck!

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