This week we’re featuring designs that use buildings to represent parts of their site’s navigation. Does this interaction design technique make browsing around more effective? Let’s find out.
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Navigation is an essential element of websites, and this week’s featured designs have the responsive, clever kind that indicate which part of the page you’re currently at. Check out how these responsive navigation markers were integrated below.
It’s time to get fit and go on an adventure with these cycling sites. Are they as sleek and smart as the wares they’re peddling? Let’s go find out!
Our first Friday Focus for the New Year is all about animated designs, a bit on the subtle side but sure to pique your interest nonetheless.
A navigation menu, something unmissable in all websites, one of the most important factor besides content. You can have a simple navigation or a very intricate one, design and code wise. Once I learned some key navigation techniques I went on to learn how to work around WordPress generated navigation to still be able to […]
Some of the most interesting interactions I’ve seen done on websites utilize the one page format. Is it because there are fewer pages, fewer elements that should be easier to manipulate? Enjoy these one page wonders on this week’s Friday Focus.
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.
This week on Friday Focus: websites whose content are arranged into boxes like those cute bento meals. This time, you must think inside the box!
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.
Going dirty has never looked this good! It’s grungy websites this week on Friday Focus.
Quick tips on simplifying website navigation for my mom.