Layout-o-matic. Three Column Layouts. From CSS Discuss The question of finding good 3 column layouts comes up in the mail list from time to time.
Here are some that I have found, along with a few notations about what features they include and how they work. The judgment of "good" is left to you and your needs. Each offers interesting techniques for the CSS student. By the way, when visiting these, look around; many of these people offer other layouts that I have not included here. Allyourcode 06:29, 3 May 2010 (UTC) Clearly, this wheel has been invented many (many) times. NN4=Y: Netscape Four displays a facsimile of the visual design.
Notes about technique: Central content column has large margins. More information on applied 3CL can be found on ((Paul Phifer)) David McCandless: The beauty of data visualization. The 2010 Social Networking Map. This post was written by Jenny Urbano, our Social Media Manager.
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Facts_about_bottled_water.jpg (JPEG Image, 1110x4140 pixels) Good Call-To-Action Buttons. What can you do to make your calls-to-action more effective?
The call-to-action button is an important tool in the user experience designer’s box of tricks. In this article I’ll give you a few pointers on providing effective ones. Prioritizing tasks Some tasks on your website are more important than others. A good designer will try to understand the objectives of the website and understand which tasks are really important. Essentially, both analogies make the point that the majority of your site’s value is provided by a small number of tasks. Web-Sites of the Month: The Best of January 2007.
Beards-full.jpg (JPEG Image, 3000x709 pixels) Shockwave. Web2.0 top designs. Fancy Formatting, Fancy Words = Looks Like a Promotion = Ignored. App « sharedrobotics.com. Collection: Design Patterns. Free CSS Templates. Solucija - Free CSS Templates.
45 Fresh, Clean and Impressive Designs. Advertisement Sometimes it’s just amazing to see, which level of usability, legibility and visual appeal can be achieved using some basic design techniques.
In fact, some talented web-developers manage to deliver powerful, functional and gorgeous web-design in “look-and-feel”-style, which is easy to use and nice to see. Recently we’ve listed 50 Beautiful CSS-based web-design of 20061 and chosen some of the most beautiful and inspiring dark web-designs2. Now we’ve selected 45 more fresh, clean and impressive designs.
Let’s take a look. 5. 73dpi. Great Visualizers: Always With Honor. Design duo Tyler Lang and Elsa Chaves are Always With Honor, an Portland-based design team with a specialty in beautifully simple information displays and iconography.
I first got turned on to / by their work when I spotted this awesome poster. It visualizes the many domains within design. Somewhat awesomely. (Here’s a link to a massive hi-res version) Simple shapes, simple typography, simple colour characterises their work. Struck me there was something cool about trying to visualize such an unimaginably complex process with super-simple graphics. A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods. Lunchbreath. El Clampersand Happy to announce the first batch of Clampersands is now on sale at Core77′s Hand-Eye Supply.
The Many Faces of Don Draper The dude has become so boring lately. Some spec work that never made it to print. Did this for a certain editor at a certain magazine last year. Holiday Wrappin’ Paper. How The World Spends Its Time Online. Have you ever wondered how people across the world spend their time online?
Global research firm Nielsen periodically releases data from its studies of consumer behavior online. Here are the 2010 findings regarding social networking, branding and world net usage. Total Time Online The average person spends more than 60 hours a month online. This is the equivalent of 30 straight days a year in front of a computer monitor, smart phone or other internet-capable device. Social networking accounts for 22 percent of the time while 42 percent is spent viewing content, whether watching videos, reading articles or playing online games. Among people who use the Internet, each person visits 2,646 Web pages on 89 domains and logs in 57 times per month.