21 Inspiring Blog Designs It could be said that with all the themes available to design a blog it’s getting harder to find new and authentic blog designs. In one way this is good because more people have the opportunity to easily get a nice looking blog up and running. However, this makes it ever so important to do something special with your blog design – to set it apart from the crowd, and let people know it’t not just a theme. After a long time without showcasing Blog Designs – the last post on this topic was back in Jul, 2010 – we decided to gather a fresh batch of blogs to show you, and I have to admit that finding these was a bit challenging. Nevertheless, here are some excellent examples of how designers are approaching blogs, journals, or what’s sometimes called a news section. Jux Blog Blog Viljami Salminen Jaypegams Journal Kyan Blog Ideas – Strange Native Deafpigeon Big Bite Creative Editer Journal A Chronology Elliot Jay Stocks The Brief SimpleBits Pelicanfly Web is Love I Love Typography Blog Jon Phillips Readmill
21 Examples of Single Colored Backgrounds in Web Design In web design, there’s a variety of approaches that can be taken when it comes to a web site’s background. For some designs, it might be appropriate to use a pattern or a large image. While on others, a single solid color makes more sense. So for your Monday inspiration this week, we’re showing you web designs that take a simple approach when it comes to backgrounds. In this collection, you’ll see how a large dose of a single color can have a dramatic effect. The Red Bowl Challenge Founders Fund What Happens Next? jaypegams.com McCormack & Morrison Chad Mazzola The Honours Mike Dignam Bloom nomoon Kyan Societe Perrier Australia Business Art Foundation Calepino Arcade Creative Present Plus Oink Woolly Robot 350gram Slavery Footprint Art 4 Web Source: The Best Designsunmatchedstyle About the Author Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Related Posts 372 shares Colorful Logos for Your Inspiration Read More 732 shares
21 Examples of Circular Elements in Web Design Designing a website is something that requires creativity, talent and a lot of thinking. To develop a nice website – both beautiful and with a good UI – we have to pay attention to elements like navigation, menus, content, header, icons and so on. And giving them a nice look will make a big difference in the final result. Today we gathered some examples of websites using circular elements in their layout. Computer Graphics Design at RIT John A. fruute Kyan nest Jopp vlog.it Australian Red Cross Pistachio App Column Five Zoo Advertising Helen & Hard Cloudberry Mediovski Dart St Louis 3Degrees Agency Contrast Rebellion Cookiesound B3 Studios aaugh dotmick.com Source: The Best Designsunmatchedstyleawwwards About the Author Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Related Posts 103 shares Colorful Logos for Your Inspiration We’ve rounded up some examples of logo designs that make excellent use of color. Read More 648 shares
21 Examples of Ribbons Web Design Trends in web design come and go, with some hanging around longer than others. One trend that seems to be withstanding the tests of time is the use of ribbon style graphics or design elements. Web designers have been using ribbons for a few years now to add emphasis to certain aspects of a design, and the trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down. radoor & co Hello Somebody Letter Learner St Kilda High Hopes Small Studio 826 Seattle Jopp Big Bite Creative Pistachio App The Lit Pub Pongathon Kitchen Sink Studios Future of Car Sharing Alex Pierce Wells Riley Big Top Decorama simple as milk Urbanoff Brock Kenzler Carnivale du Vin Source: The Best DesignsunmatchedstyleSiteInspire About the Author Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Related Posts 216 shares 11 Inspiring Examples of Textures and Patterns in Web Design Here at WDL we like to browse the web to find inspiring websites to show our readers. Read More 422 shares Colorful Logos for Your Inspiration
Web Design Surrey | Kyan Breaking the Norm: Unusual and Creative Web Layouts Web design does not have to be limited to a typical grid structured layout. It sometimes feels like we are locked in an endless cycle of header, content, sidebar and footer. That is it. In today’s post we have for you a selection of sites that do exactly as described above: They break convention and the result is that they have built some amazingly creative web layouts which, in most cases anyway, are a little unusual as well. The Secret Location The Secret Location presents their work by creating the story of a character who follows a strange path to the secret location. Marshall Haber This Flash site uses a subway map as a preloader and once it has loaded you’ll be amazed at the detail and creativity of its design and highly original navigation. Grzegorz Kozak Very intriguing and interactive layout that presents a beautiful background image of a tower. Accept Joel Thibaud I love this website. Get London Reading Basil gloo Colourpixel Dave Werner Pretty Production Rich Brown Matthias Dittrich
Kanelartblog.com – Design and more…. Teams | Ryerson Digital Media Zone This article was originally posted by David Thurton on CBC News Canada CBC News asks three app developers who are students themselves to recommend their favourite apps for school. Many students are heading back to school with smartphones and tablets in their backpacks, and there’s a host of free and low-cost apps out there that can make these gadgets even more useful for scholars who want to stay on top of their studies. To sift through all these apps, CBC News spoke with three app developers who are students themselves and asked for their recommendations about software that can help people succeed in school: Brennan McEachran is a fourth year commerce student at Ryerson University and is the CEO of Hit Send, a technology startup incubated in Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone that creates web applications for companies. Hannah Mittelstaedt is a fourth year computer science from the University of Toronto. Ben Docksteader is in his final year at the University of Prince Edward Island.
EUtelNet design & development 50 Fresh and Inspiring Dark Web Designs 1164 shares 20 Fresh Examples of Color Usage in Web Design Colors are very important to print, graphic and web design. Colors are actually important to everything, from spring to summer, clothes to balloons and so on. To show the power of colors we already showcased colorful websites here a few times, including a showcase published in March/2011 and October/2010. Today we gathered a new fresh… Read More 1908 shares 30 Excellent Examples of Color Usage in Web Design Choosing the right color scheme for a web design is extremely important.
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