These featured websites want you to drag their interfaces to navigate. Is it a better design decision or not? Let’s find out, shall we?
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It’s back to the classroom this week on Friday Focus as we study designs that feature the chalkboard effect on them.
Here’s an interesting technique to try out in this week’s Friday Focus: designs that have four main navigational items arranged at right angles to each other, much like the four main directions on a compass.
This week on Friday Focus: designs that feature artistic renderings of skyscrapers and other features of a long landscape. See how they’re incorporated below.
Where sidebars are not an afterthought, and even steal the show. Happy Friday Focus!
The many different textures, colors, and treatments for paper allow infinite possibilities for their use in websites. Not one of these designs look remotely alike, and that keeps things very interesting. Happy Friday Focus!
No, these websites aren’t just for the little ones, but their designs certainly have a child-focused appeal to them. Check out the elements that make up a Kid-Friendly look on this week’s Friday Focus.
We have some interesting uses for arrows in this week’s batch of designs. Let’s see where they take us.
This week on Friday Focus: illustrations that appear front and center in these websites, because we want them big, bright, and beautiful.
I’m seeing a lot of sites whose color palette consists almost exclusively of light grayish, brownish hues. Sounds boring? No such thing for a smart designer.
This week’s Friday Focus will tackle websites for a designer’s best friend: icons. Icon sites have been around for the longest time but we’re seeing a lot of sites pushing the envelope in interface innovation, both with their offerings and the website designs they’re found in. The latest trend so far? Websites created for a single icon set—now that’s a great way to promote work.
This week on Friday Focus: website designs that use strong lines to guide the eye in navigating around them.