The last one is gold. The guy says "simplicity is a good thing", on a site that's far from simple...
Graphic designers simply don't understand concepts like "standard compliant" and "gracefully degrading". They don't understand the need to test a layout in multiple browsers, or that all your users aren't on broadband connections. And lastly, most of them don't have a clue about usability or accessibility.
To any company considering hiring a graphic designer solely to do your website:
You wouldn't hire a Chef to produce a glossy publication for you. So why would you hire an artist to create an accessible website?