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 OperaContinue Reading “10 Backgrounds that Could Make Your Website Look Like the New Envato”

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 thisContinue Reading “Webdesign Trend Hunting – 27 Bright Websites Using Popping Colors”

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 getContinue Reading “Web Design Trend Hunting – The Circle As A Design Fetish & 20 Fresh Examples”

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 futureContinue Reading “Web Design Trend Hunting – Fluid Grid Layout: 10+ Outstanding Examples & 1 Tutorial”

I think right after the “wood background” huge – and recently annoying – trend, a new small sub-trend was born and still stays with us: the messy desk with everything thrown on it, from empty coffee cups to crumpled papers, pens, post-its, cookies, stickers, tea-bags, and so on. Apparently the untidier the homepage-desk is, theContinue Reading “Web Design Trend Hunting – The Messy Desk: Examples & Best Practices”