Designing the perfect navigation for a website it’s one of the main keys to have a good outcome, to have a website that gets users attentions and make them want to browse around to check every little information (tab, image, text, etc) you have there. Navigation menus, schemes, layouts, everything has an important weight and need to be carefully analyzed to form a nice layout.
Of course we all love the basics when it comes to web design, we like columns, grids, organized and well disposed content… but that doesn’t mean we don’t like creative and interesting structures in web design. Here we will show some examples of websites chosen a little bit different approach to design their pages and had a nice result.
I am proposing a new buzzword to replace all other web design buzzwords. Forget ‘Graceful Degradation’, lose ‘Progressive Enhancement’, drop ‘Semantic Web’ and let’s finally throw out the ‘Web X.0’ […]
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