While browsing lots of modern sites, it’s easy to notice some web design trends, like horizontal navigation or video background. Although, many sites include various sidebars which are used for navigation purposes or for advertising. Using sidebar navigation is a great way to change the whole look and atmosphere of your website. It help the […]
With HTML5 and CSS3 it becomes possible to create more interesting and eye-catchy effects in browsers. Parallax illusion is one of these effects that hit the world of website design. Parallax scrolling involves the background which is moving slower than the foreground creating an amazing 3D effect while you scroll down the page. The very […]
Flat design took the word by storm. It influenced not only web design, but UIs and logos too. Lately we saw a lot of huge corporations, such as Google and Bing adopting their logos into flat design principles. A logo should be simple, remarkable, and beautiful to fit in the whole branding style of the […]
Large background image has established as web design trend this year. Its quite challenging to place typography and buttons over the image and make them well-seen. Therefore, designers use creative photography filters and gradients to create a cover over the image and place other web design elements on it. New fresh vibe gives a site […]
Although the first half of 2014 has gone by, today we can see new design trends that appeared in web design this year. “Ghost buttons” are those transparent, empty buttons that have basic button shape, but are bordered by a thin line. Some of these ghost buttons could be interactive, – while click over it, […]
Just ask any restaurant owner, the food industry is quite competitive and difficult to maintain. It’s not easy to create a spot that serves food loved by a local community. These days the web is the most effective way to find new clients and that is why the food industry should be properly presented online. […]
The hamburger icon is one of those UI features that are so old you could not even find an author. But after browsing the web for a while, it turned out that the hamburger icon comes from the Xerox Star personal worksection. It’s one of the earliest graphical user interfaces. Its designer, Norm Cox, designed […]
It’s always interesting to see what design creative studios and agencies crafted for themselves. These people design websites for the whole world and come up with new trends and tendencies to follow.
Tons of information comes to us from all around each day. Sometimes it’s really difficult to grasp it in its primary form. But designers have the talent to turn all this boring data into awesome presentations using graphs and charts.
When it comes to the color scheme a designer chooses, it’s critically important not to slip up. Lately we have seen tons of websites with flat and vivid colors, or minimalistic websites made in black and white, but what about pastel colors?