It’s always nice to welcome back this familiar graphic treatment, executed in fresh new ways. Check out how these websites use masked text in their designs.
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Say goodbye to 2014 on a musical note: here are some beautifully crafted pages about artists, songs, albums, and lyrics that made their mark this year.
Wishing you the happiest of holidays with these beautiful, useful, and fun Christmas-themed treats!
Check out these websites featuring code turned into fun, beautiful explorations—making for the ultimate interactive treats.
Mesmerizing interactions of light and shadow are on display for this week’s feature.
These websites feature prominent use of the human hand in their designs, and it’s an interesting study in paying tribute to what we really create with, while using it to convey information.
Here’s a collection of website designs that display excellent use of shapes to style and present content, ranging from the quirky to the stunning.
Another text-y trend this week: these ones appear on the edges of the page, either as navigation markers, or links to menus & subsections, all oriented perpendicularly. Is this an alternative to the hamburger menu in tucking away off-canvas navigation, a smart way in highliting important site features, or a cumbersome way of displaying text?
This design pattern also happens to live on the copywriting aspect of the website: a tagline that flashes different words or phrases, often to describe the target audience of their product or subject. You’ll see how each site chose to swap, highlight, or animate the letters into view. It’s another way to make the site more dynamic, and possibly even intriguing.