A Wikipedia entry that defines the Rule of Thirds and how it should be applied.
An article by Garr Reynolds that explains the basic technique of the Rule of Thirds and how it relates to the Golden Mean or Golden Section.
A detailed article by Sigurdur Armannsson on how to create a grid system in Adobe Illustrator.
A quest for a simple, design-centric Keynote template that’s more about composition than gradients and 3D bullet points.
The Golden Grid is a web grid system. It’s a product of the search for the perfect modern grid system. It’s meant to be a CSS tool for grid based web sites.
An article explaining the structure and uses of the Golden Grid, a CSS tool for grid based web sites.
The Golden Section, Golden Ratio, and the grandiose Divine Proportion are all names for the same thing; a ratio of 1.618.
It’s one thing to write about how useful and important grids are for a design, it’s another thing to utilize them in a real world project.
This article walks you through the process of creating a grid based on the golden ration for a Flash based site that will work for screen resolutions of 1024x768 and up.
This article explains what is the Divine proportion (Golden Ratio) and what is the Rule of Thirds and describes how you can apply both of them effectively to your designs.