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’ […]
When designing a website we have a lot of elements to worry about: menus, navigations buttons, forms, header, footer and many other important details that make our design special. Today we decided to list some good examples of circular elements in web design. We will show you beautiful circular buttons, menus, images and other details.
UI elements – user interface elements – are a really important part of the design process. They are what we can call the face of interaction between your site and its users. Everything need to be well designed, positioned and planned. Drop downs, menus, search boxes, forms…all these elements need to be clear, easy to see and use and also beautiful, everything to get the viewers attention and get the results we want.
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