Our featured designs on this week’s Friday Focus put the paper motif to good use once more, focusing on its creases and folds. Not just in the corners and as borders, but as a way to demarcate sections of content at a time.
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This week’s featured designs business card websites, some of them looking literally like cards containing contact information of their owners. That means very minimal layouts but still all compelling experiences.
This week’s Friday Focus features designs revolving around maps, both as embellishment and a tool.
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.
Here’s another popular color combination making the rounds: it’s yellow and black on this week’s Friday Focus.
This week on Friday Focus: websites featuring maps in their designs.
This week’s Friday Focus features designs carrying shades of purple, pink, blue for a look that’s sophisticated, feminine, or both.
The last Friday Focus of the year is going to be all about big designs. Time to go out with a bang!
This week on Friday Focus: interesting monsters that are featured as mascots of these designs.
I have a thing for minimalistic websites, because they don’t require intricate graphics and yet they are harder to create then a non minimalistic websites. It’s very difficult to create less and still have a beautiful page. If I could finally sit down and teach myself to use a decent grid I can create the [...]
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.