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Friday Focus 04/16/10: Slanted

This week on Friday Focus: designs that tilt to one side and keep the perpendicular lines away.

Friday Focus 01/08/10: Red

Who’s in the mood for some red designs this week? Let’s start the show!

Friday Focus 12/11/09: Sunbursts

This week, I’ve come across a lot of sites with sunbursts, a specific type of lighting that’s popular with not just the Web 2.0 look anymore. You decide if they’re crucial to the design or not.

Friday Focus 08/14/09: Sewing & Crafts

It’s Friday once again and this week on ‘Focus we’re looking at very “domestic” looking sites, like they were put together with fabrics, thread, and craft supplies!

Friday Focus 07/10/09: Featuring Food

Apologies for posting this a day late, but I will try to make it up to you with yummy-looking websites. It’s a food-centric Friday Focus!

Friday Focus 05/22/09: Headshots

Don’t laugh! Don’t think it’s anything morbid, either! Let’s see how this week’s websites have made use of people’s heads as part of their designs.

Design Critique: The TechCrunch Redesign

When TechCrunch redesigns, the blogosphere pays attention. Then it comments on it, with either snarky negative thoughts, or salutations of the brilliance of Michael Arrington. I thought I’d take a look myself.

Friday Focus 05/16/08: Calm and Clear

I don’t know if I am a fan of minimalism because I picked out these websites. But I like to appreciate designs that stand out not because they’re loud and proud, but because they’re calm and clear. Silent waters run deep, they say. I like to think restraint is more powerful than the lack of it, especially in design.