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Le webdesign en blocs - Exemples et ressources

Le webdesign en blocs - Exemples et ressources
Suivant l’avènement des grilles dans le webdesign, la mise en page basée sur des blocs de contenu peut s’avérer une bonne stratégie pour certains design. Petit tour d’horizon des sites du genre, puis des ressources nécessaires pour créer votre site sur une grille modulable. Webdesign en blocs ? La mise en page basée sur des blocs de contenu modulable est devenue incontournable pour les portfolios, les sites d’inspiration, bref ils s’agit souvent de sites présentant un lot important d’images. Rendu populaire par des sites comme Pinterest par exemple ou encore inspiré par des applications comme Flipboard ou le design Metro, la navigation se veux simple et rapide, proposant beaucoup de contenu scanable rapidement. Le responsive webdesign y joue également un rôle crucial : par définition un bloc modulable va s’adapter à la taille du viewport de l’utilisateur. Quelques exemples : Pinterest Pepsized Usain Bolt Red Interactive Agerman Etchapps Everlovinpress Depthcore Bernd Kammerer Neightborhood Studio

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