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Typography is certainly a very important element of web design. A website must have a good typographic foundation in order to communicate, explain, and even allow users to navigate its content. From typographic menus, to copy writing and headlines, good typography will make a big difference in any web design. Today we gathered some excellent examples of how to use typography to present content in an effective an beautiful way.
In this collection, you’ll see that no matter if it’s a complete typographical design or simply big headlines, typography can play a big role in a web design.
Leading experts in web design reveal the secrets that make their lives easier and their work so sought-after.
Here, we've managed to persuade some of the web's busiest devs and designers to part with their most closely guarded tricks and tips. It's quite a collection.
Packed with professional know-how, you'll discover secret features of well known tools, the beta services that the design industry is buzzing about and CSS tricks that make page design for multiple platforms easy. So whether you're a beginner at online design or a web veteran, you're bound to uncover one or two tips here that will change the way you work.
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We often showcase websites here on WDL that have a minimalistic design style – where the color palette usually doesn’t extend beyond white, black and shades of gray. But sometimes, it’s okay to use a little color, or even a lot. So for today, we gathered a collection of websites that incorporate plenty of color in their designs. In these examples, you’ll see that color can instantly bring life to a design.
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There needs to be consistency to some extent across the web as it allows for a better user experience and makes the web as a whole easier to use. This may be why we always tend to use the same layouts for our designs, over and over again.
People are still debating whether, or not, that content is king.
If you ask me, I totally agree with it and my opinion is based on my own experience. Regardless, whether or not content is king, there is something that is just as important! What is it, you ask?
It is a book’s cover that counts too…
I know, I know, everyone likes to say don’t judge a book by it’s cover, but how else are you planning to grab someone’s attention other then with a fancy cover? Obviously, once you have someone’s attention, you can leave the rest to content. It’s all about web design colours and how you manipulate them.
You Make a First Impression Only Once
There is always a one particular step you would like your website’s visitors to take. It is a step you are always concentrating on the most. It could be your subscribe button, it could be the follow button, or even the buy button.
Whatever that call-to-action button is, always remember that whether people will click on it or not depends on how you make them feel while they are on your website.
Read on to find out about the five most popular colours used in web design to always leave your website’s visitors warmly welcomed, deeply engaged and even irresistibly intrigued.