|640x480 and below||0.13%|
|1600x1200 and above||3.68%|
Similar figures from a broader range of sources can be found on Chuck Upsdell's Browser News website.
While 1024x768 is clearly the dominant screen resolution, 800x600 is still relevant; the technical nature of our website probably skews the results in favor of larger screens. Any website design that is unusable at 800x600 is not a good design. Websites should also take into account the very small screen sizes of handheld devices and the needs of blind users using speech-enabled browsers; a well-designed web site is still useful even when the browser lacks support for "eye candy."
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