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Illustration Website Design Inspiration: Secret to Catchy Look

“Be yourself, everyone else is already taken” (Oskar Wilde) It’s not a secret that everyone wants their website to be totally unique and grab the attention of intended audience. So, how to make a website stand out in the herd? The answer is simple: hit for illustration style and it will give your site personality.

By Ksana Kovalenko 2015-07-14 0 2,778
Vertical Navigation Bar Design: Best Examples

When we speak about web design rules we usually mean some traditions that seem to be unbreakable. Most design professionals and users as well are used to see sidebar on the right, logo in the top left corner or menu bar on top of the page. But eally catchy and unique designs include elements that

By Helen Stark 2015-03-17 1 7,780
Best Ways of Using Hero Images in Web Design

What do you imagine when hear the words “Hero image”? Most of younger population people will imagine pictures of Batman, Superman or other graphic novel characters. But for a web design this term has an absolutely different meaning. A trend for the use of huge photos and images on a Home Page emerged in web

By Helen Stark 2015-02-24 0 4,639
Geometry in Web Design: Find Your Inspiration

Website design today tends to use unique and unbeaten solutions. However, all designs, no matter how whimsical they are, are still based on classical shapes and forms that include geometric elements. Geometry in web design creates futuristic and appealing look adding rugged effect.

By Helen Stark 2014-08-26 0 3,584
Symmetry and Asymmetry in Web Design: What Do You Prefer?

One of the main characteristics of a perfect website design is a sense of harmony and balance. Symmetry and asymmetry in web design are widely used to provide the website with a special image. In human mind symmetry is mostly associated with that balance, so most of us consider symmetry to deliver a true beauty.

By Helen Stark 2014-08-21 1 7,146
Why You Want to Use Whitespace in Web Design

The term Whitespace in web design is usually referred to the blank space around all other design elements (pics, graphics, text, columns, menus etc.). In fact, it doesn’t necessarily has to be of white color. It just doesn’t have any functional elements, buttons, pictures and typography. This white space can provide the website design with

By Helen Stark 2014-08-20 0 3,269
50 Shades of Color: Monochromatic Website Design

One-color website designs and templates are the latest trend in design. Like another trend – minimalist style – monochromatic website design attracts people with its elegance, sophisticated ambience and unobtrusive look.

By Helen Stark 2014-07-29 1 6,726
Delicate Beauty of Vintage Website Templates

It may sound paradoxically, but retro style never becomes outdated. This style is one of the most flexible and light, so vintage website templates are extremely popular and can be used in various spheres of business and entertainment.

By Helen Stark 2014-07-21 0 2,908
Digital Cultures: How Do Other Countries Use The Web?

It’s easy to forget just how amazing the Internet is. We can use it every day for practically anything.

By Andy Brattle 2014-07-17 0 1,122
Doodle Art in Web Design – How it Can Be Applied

Probably every web surfer knows what Doodle is. This fun logo is used by Google to celebrate holidays and all sorts of more or less notable events. It is comical and nobody knows how it will look in a day or two. So millions of people enjoy these changes and willingly keep after them.

By Ann Davlin 2014-07-14 8 5,060