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14 lousy web design trends that are making a comeback ...

14 lousy web design trends that are making a comeback ... | Design | Scoop.it
14 lousy web design trends that are making a comeback. I was on the verge of writing a post about the joys of HTML5, which when combined with CSS3 and Javascript can do some very impressive things. However, having ...
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30+ Websites that Feature a Hand-Drawn Style

30+ Websites that Feature a Hand-Drawn Style | Design | Scoop.it
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30+ Websites that feature a Hand-Drawn style in their design

In the past 5 years we’ve seen an increasing trend of designers using a hand drawn style on their websites. As designers have gotten better and better at designing and developing websites we expect more out of them — we expect them to look cleaner, we expect them to function better, and we expect them to look more artistic. Including these hand drawn elements is an easy way for web designers to make their interface more artistic and less technical. Whoever is viewing the site doesn’t want to see the source code behind it or think about the unending lines of 1′s and 0′s that their computer is translating to create the image on the screen; they want an aesthetically pleasing, easy to navigate web experience and the use of hand drawn text and illustration is one popular way of accomplishing this. Here are some great examples of the use of a hand drawn style in web design.


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Really easy responsive design

Really easy responsive design | Design | Scoop.it

How to take responsive designs to the next level
SUMMARY: Responsive Web design "just makes sense," helping designers build sites that are consistent across multiple devices and more user-friendly, writes Kendra Gaines. She recommends using jQuery plugins such as Response.js, TinyNav.js and Twitter Bootstrap to get the most out of the responsive approach.

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