A recent trend in homepage design is the use of big, bold, typography. More and more designers are utilizing a “less is more” mentality and taking a page from billboard layouts to create effective and attractive messages that reach users.
You don’t have to be a big fan of the scrolling bar, you just have to like an endless stream of cool stuff. And who doesn’t? So we’re ready to unveil 15 amazing examples of infinite blogs and a few tutorials on how you could set up something like that.
While searching the Web for our Webdesign Trend Hunting series, we’ve discovered a new small trend that could go bigger in the next few weeks – the blurry light bubbles background used by the new Envato website. And if the biggest inspirational web network isn’t enough for you, take a look at the new Opera […]
After The Messy Desk, The Fluid Grid Layout, and The Circle As A Design Fetish, our Trend Hunting series continues with a big roundup of cool websites designed with bright colors in mind. And in the eye :] Please leave your comments below, suggest other websites, and tell us what do you think about this […]
You can’t browse a decent CSS gallery without spotting a few websites with this sexy round detail, usually on the left, usually with a logo or a name in it, and usually extended as a favicon. We begin our journey with one of our favorite CSS galleries, the clean & creative oriented siteInspire and get […]
In our daily web hunting raids we have spotted another interesting & good-looking trend – the fluid grid-based layout, mostly used by galleries and visual inspiration blogs. Here are 12 amazing examples (just one of them in Flash) and a fantastic tutorial. Please use the comment box for suggestions and opinions – Will the future […]