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Friday Focus 09/17/10: Scallops and Shears

This week on Friday Focus: designs adorned with the timeless patterns of scalloping and sheared edges.

Friday Focus 06/18/10: Layered Screens

Showing screenshots of websites on websites isn’t terribly exciting in theory, but let’s see how these designs dealt with it.

Friday Focus 06/11/10: Follow the Arrows

We have some interesting uses for arrows in this week’s batch of designs. Let’s see where they take us.

Friday Focus 05/21/10: Neutralized

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.

Friday Focus 05/14/10: Icon Parade

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.

Friday Focus 05/07/10: Power Lines

This week on Friday Focus: website designs that use strong lines to guide the eye in navigating around them.

Friday Focus 01/15/10: Uppercase

At one point in our internet lives, we learned to avoid typing in all caps, because it meant we were yelling. At another point, we became attachmented to typing in lowercase, because it looked and felt cool. We see a lot of designs going lowercase in many portions of text, but nowadays, going uppercase is is all the rage. These designs seem to pull that off quite well.