Minimal Form Interface. A very simplistic form interface that shows only one text input at a time and reveals the next input with a subtle transition.
The concept is based on the form at the bottom of the PageLanes website. View demo Download source Today we’d like share a very simplistic form interface with you. You’ve probably seen this kind of single input view form in several modern websites. This Year's 8 Smartest UI Design Ideas. A close-up of Matthaeus Krenn’s smart UI for touchscreens in cars.
Matthaeus Krenn When your family gathered for the holidays this year, did you take note of the technology everyone was using? There’s a decent chance you could’ve observed someone from every generation present ably navigating some sort of touchscreen. That’s kinda crazy! But it’s the new norm. Here, big and small, are some of the best UI ideas of 2014. The power of card modes. - or how to take the load off your templates with smarter CSS.
I get the distinct honour of closing this year's calendar, so following tradition I'll share a little something with you that lifts my spirits these days. It's an approach that my team and I have been using lately to meet a high need for flexibility in layouts from designers and editors alike - while keeping the backend clean and not sacrificing visual testing and documentation. It's not strictly tied to Umbraco, but rather something that impacts how we structure and communicate about the frontend. This post is not highly technical, so if you're just mildly interested in CSS and know the basics of pre-processors, I hope you will find this useful too. What's the matter? I guess I can best open this with an example. Say we need to display some different content bits, or cards, in a content panel that appears across a site. Consider the following fairly simple setup with seven card slots. Transform Your Habits. Change your life the easy way with this scientifically–backed resource.
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Material Design exploration: NBA scores. Applying the Material Design language to a concept NBA app.
Google introduced Material Design a few months ago. I watched the Material Design reel more than a few times to re-create portions in Framer: the music player and the white box sequence. How to Create Guidelines and Standards for Websites or Applications. While some methods may vary one of the most important starting points for any project is a set of guidelines.
Creating guidelines and standards for every project (even if it isn’t originally in scope) can increase your workflow and will also keep your design consistent and hopefully developed in the right way. SEE ALSO: 9 Photoshop Alternatives For Big and Small Tasks. 12 Must-Have Tools for Web Designers. Sometimes, it’s hard to keep up with everything on the web that can help you do your job better.
We love finding new tools for design, and we love sharing them when we do. Here’s a list of tools we love to use when we’re designing sites. See anything we missed? Let us know, in the comments section below :) 1. 60 Fresh Creative One Page Website Designs. One page design is a hot trend these days.
Even though this is not a common trend to follow but still as the new design styles come up, and as more and more designers notice them and make use of them in their work, this kind of trends emerge. You possibly cannot imagine what designers can do with one pages as modern age designers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with their work. The best one pages are those that help you convey your message into few quick scrolls. They are well designed and compatible with most Internet browsers. App.itize.us - Home. Interactive Portfolio and Resume Websites to Inspire You. While creating a website, tons of aspects should be taken into account, especially when it comes to resume and portfolio sites.
A portfolio helps all creatives to showcase their work, get new clients, and share information. It’s extremely important to make your visitors feel that they control the website and are completely involved. Interactivity is one of the tools to achieve that. Interactivity is the best way to keep your old clients and to get new ones. Interactivity means the degree of interaction between objects. Today I have put together 40 interactive impressive online portfolio and resume websites from all over the internet for your inspiration. Examples of the Effective Use of Typography in Web Design. Typography is one of the oldest disciplines of website design – it's roots can be traced back to the 2nd millennium BC, when Mesopotamian cities used stamps to make impressions on bricks.
Any form of text can be labelled typography – it is simply the art of arranging type either evenly or unevenly to make it readable. These days we use the term Typography as a beautiful arrangement of type, and it can be applied to both digital and hand-drawn/written type. Typography in website design has been forecast to trend in 2014, although there seems no great evidence of that just yet, but then we still have 10 months of this year to go, so it could still happen.
In that thought, we have collected a showcase of breathtaking UI & UX portfolios by a few talented designers and carefully chosen a few work examples that bring out their true genius. Not only are they good with catchy mobile interfaces, they also take the cake when it comes to website design. ANTETYPE - Visual Responsive Application Design Prototyping Software - Design more beautiful UIs faster. 20 Free High-Quality PSD Website Templates. 70 Best Web Design Tutorials of 2013. 2013 has ended with a great blast and I’m pretty sure that everyone has done their countdowns and throwback blog posts, tweets and even status updates. It’s a pretty cool thing to do because you get to remember all the awesome things 2013 has given you. Trends and Predictions: How the Future Looks Like for Web Design in 2014. As a web design enthusiast, I’m constantly on the look-out for what’s hot and what’s not in the web design world.
While some may think that trends are just passing fads, I beg to differ – trends are what makes ideas grow to fruition, and what better way jump early on the first bandwagon than to predict these trends yourself? Here are some web design predictions I collected. There are only single day left until the month of January is upon us – hopefully most of them would come true. Trend #1: Interactive Infographics will Continue to Shine Ask any web designer about the creation of infographics and you will be greeted with nods of approval.
Or use a complex color palette. 1stwebdesigner. 80 Dazzling Examples of Illustration Websites. Inspiration: 40 Black and White Websites. Web development tutorials, from beginner to advanced. Forked from: [Stardust] KiraKira Waypoints. Check Browser Compatibility, Cross Platform Browser Test - Browsershots. HTML and CSS Tutorials, References, and Articles.
Hues Hub: HTML Color Codes in Hexadecimal at intervals of hue, saturation, and light; Hue each 6 degrees. Minimal Design Website Gallery and Community.