cornea gumbo
n. A Web page, ad, or other graphic piece that is an overdesigned, jumbled, soup of colors, fonts, and images.

Example Citation:
Folks who love splashy images and page layout may think of the oversized Inside the publishing revolution: The Adobe story as “eye candy” or “cornea gumbo,” while those with a text-oriented bent may say that the images overwhelm the content.
—Lori Lathrop, “Inside the Publishing Revolution: The Adobe Story,” Technical Communication, May 1, 2004

Earliest Citation:
Cornea Gumbo
A visually noisy, overdesigned, Photoshopped mess. “Gawd, we’ve got to redesign that page, it’s become total cornea gumbo.”
—Gareth Branwyn, “Jargon Watch,” Wired, September 1, 1996