“Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from Octave & Octave, Octopus Creative, Taasky, Chicester Design and Supper Club App.”
There is good webdesign and then there is over design. Over designing a webpage can distract users from what you are trying to say and often times attract critics to your work. While fancy techniques like Parallax scrolling can make for interesting effects, it should not be used to overshadow content, but instead it should support your content and emphasize your points. Here are some examples of design gone wrong.
Business cards dont have to be all business. A little flash here and there really makes things pop, and sometimes a little bit of style goes a long way. Click Here to see some wonderful examples of elegant business card design.
“There are plenty of ways to promote and name your business and one of the best and cost effective way is business cards.Having your own business card means that you are ready to face to business world.In which business you are in,business cards are the most essential material to get a positive first impression so you always have to take the advantage of memorable business cards to catch people’s attention.” –Designbeep Staff
I always love looking at articles online that give me inspiration for design. Here is a great showcase of some interesting websites that may help inspire you. Check them out at designbeep.com
“There is no limit for inspiration and when it comes to webdesign this is much more unlimited. As usual,we continue to showcase beautiful and interesting website examples that we came across during the week.”
Logo’s are some of my favorite kinds of design projects to take on. They give a lot of room for a designer to be creative, and clever but at the same time can be very challenging to create. Here is a showcase of several logo’s that we hope will inspire you. Check them all out here.
“As you know, here at WDL we love logos, especially the ones that get our attention for their beauty, simplicity or intelligence. Logos are a nice way to get inspired, especially if we think about how much a designer has to communicate in such a limited graphic.”
Recently I’ve seen a lot of really cool different websites that do many different things. But this is a showcase that surprised me. These are websites that use full screen videos on the front page of their site instead of just a homepage, or even a large image. Check them all out here.
While browsing the internet looking at different web designs I always come across websites that make something really interesting designs from simple concepts. Some of the coolest sites I’ve seen are ones that use different techniques for scrolling. These are some website design that not only used the idea of scrolling, but made scrolling a part of the experience of being on that website. Check them all out here.
“There was a time when the common practice was to try and place all content above the fold. But now, instead of fearing the scroll, web designers and developers are embracing the need to scroll, and using it as opportunity to engage the user with background reveals, element animations, and other clever effects based on the pages scroll position. So in an effort to inspire you, we’ve gathered a collection of websites that take scrolling to the next level.”
I never really was a fan of geometry or shapes, but when it comes to design work I always love how using simple shapes and polygons can create some really cool images. Here is a showcase of some designs that use shapes and polygons to create beautiful and detailed images. Check them all out here.
“Most of the artwork I produce myself for tutorials here on Blog.SpoonGraphics are based on basic geometric shapes. I’ve had plenty of fun in the past creating posters and designs using various geometric patterns. Today we’re going to take a look at some amazing artwork from elsewhere on the web, all of which are either constructed using polygonal meshes or simplified with basic geometric shapes.”