Check out these awesome examples of Polygonal Style in web design! posted by designmodo! Click here!
“Amid extensive use of flat style graphics, visual storytelling solutions, rich content media approaches and a great deal of websites based on dynamic layouts, polygonal style — which was enormously popular several years ago — has recently found renewed life as an emerging design trend.”
Get excited about Emotional Branding posted by Smashing Magazine! Check it out!
“Globalization, low-cost technologies and saturated markets are making products and services interchangeable and barely distinguishable. As a result, today’s brands must go beyond face value and tap into consumers’ deepest subconscious emotions to win the marketplace.”
Check out these colorful logo design inspirations posted by WDL! Check out the logo designs here!
“We’ve rounded up some examples of logo designs that make excellent use of color. Some of these are bold and bright, while others possess more muted colors, but each of them have been designed beautifully with extreme care and detail. There’s something quite fun and invigorating about a design that isn’t afraid to use a plethora of colors. Enjoy!”
If you’re in need of some inspiration, here is a showcase of websites that make great use of colors in their design. Check them all out here.
“Coming up with the right color palette for a web design can be one of the most important parts of the design process, and also one of the most difficult. Usually existing branding has the biggest influence on what colors are used, but other factors can come into play as well.”
I always love seeing all the ways people use different styles, effects, and images to create beautiful looking and unique websites. This showcase displays websites that use watercolor effects as part of their design. Check all these websites out here.
“Web design is an eclectic industry with a wide range of creative professionals with all sorts of backgrounds. Some of them are very artistic backgrounds. This is evident by the number of design elements that fill the web and that are in use which are rooted in other arts. Elements that are meant to replicate those artistic mediums and transfer them into the digital realm.”
Read the full story at VandelayDesign.com