I’ll always remember Flickr as the site that capitalized on this color scheme, but it’s great to see sites that express their love for pink and blue to this day. Check out our featured designs this week!
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Today we’re looking at designs that don’t shy away from a broad color palette and completely embrace the rainbow. Happy Friday Focus!
This week’s featured designs on Friday Focus are all about books of the online variety, complete with the animated page-turning effects.
Happy Friday Focus! Today we’re looking at designs with a bit of a “dip” in them—one content area leading into another with a nice little curve. Can you spot them? Read on!
This week’s Friday Focus features designs that incorporate the moon in them.
This week’s crop of website designs boast of stunning typography and that vintage poster look, it almost feels like you’re in a different decade, all the while taking advantage of what today’s web technologies have to offer. Welcome to this week’s Friday Focus!
The featured designs on this week’s Friday Focus take out the bore of having to scroll through several thousands of pixels as you’re rewarded with cool animations, layer effects, and the information you need presented in an appealing and compelling way.
You might remember a feature on split designs over a year ago. The look is alive and kicking in 2011, and this week we’re taking another look. Happy Friday Focus!
This week’s Friday Focus features not just any kind of bird, but owls. They’ve been used everywhere from personal portfolios to mainstream portals and we’re going to check them out.
Designers have tried to achieved the three-dimensional look on websites in different ways, and we’ve touched on this in the form of folded elements, parallax scrolling, and 3D type. This week, we’re looking at three more inspiring techniques that push the envelope and make websites more interactive than ever.
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.