Get inspired and check out these beautifully designed church websites, posted by Vandelay Design! Enjoy!
“For many churches the website is an invaluable communications tool. The website can be extremely useful for helping new people to find the church, which can increase the growth of the church. Also, the website can help regular attenders and church members to get information on programs and events of the church.”
Incorporating some aspect of pattern design in website design seems to be the newest trend in webdesign right now. Check out a few examples of how to incorporate this trend into you next design project. Read more at WebDesignerDepot.com
“2015 has inherited a lot of trends from previous years, there’s been a steady evolution of ideas — Flat Design into Material Design for example — but nothing as revolutionary as Responsive Design. Patterns serve a variety of purposes, from communicating a brand value, to adding motion to an interface, to enlivening the simple blocks of color that flat design favors. And the use of patterns, although not scientifically categorizable, falls into one of five broad and inter-related categories.”
Learn from the biggest brands in the industry and leave a lasting impression with your customers using these 12 simple strategies. Read more at designschool.canva.com.
“Whether it is on the phone, tablet or computer you are reading this on, or if it’s the publisher’s logo on the spine of a book, or a manufacturer’s mark on the bottom of a coffee cup. Brands are everywhere, so making your brand stand out from the rest is a tricky task.”
Check out this behind-the-scenes look at the re-branding of the Milwaukee Bucks. Read more about it on espn.com.
“Uniform and logo designs are usually attributed to faceless corporations or leagues. You know the usual sound bites: “Nike designed these uniforms,” or “The NFL created this logo.” It’s rare that the specific people involved in a sports design project are identified, and rarer still that those people are made available to discuss their work.”
Check out this interesting article discussing the distinct and yet comparable differences between flat and material design. Read more at designmodo.com.
“Two similar design styles, one based on the other. One the “hot new thing,” one — some speculate — on its way toward becoming a passing fad. One a spontaneously-adapted design trend, the other a purpose-built set of guidelines. You’re probably familiar with the conflict between flat and material design by now.”
Check out our new website design and launch for Tech4Imaging!
“Tech4Imaging® LLC , a spin-off company from The Ohio State University, is directed towards the development and commercialization of imaging technologies, targeting industrial and medical applications. Since its establishment in September 2007, Tech4Imaging has successfully completed several industrial projects, assisting researchers and engineers in viewing processes previously considered inaccessible.”
Check out these tips for incorporating vertical navigation menus in your next website design project! Read more here at WebdesignLedger.com.
“Whether you’re a curious new designer or an experienced professional the subject of vertical navigation is an exquisite talking point. It seems like the very idea of vertical page elements would break a cardinal rule in the field of web design.”
Check out our new website design and launch for EPS!
“EPS is a family owned, technology driven company located in Canal Winchester, Ohio. Our central location in the state allows us to serve the entire state of Ohio and surrounding areas without jeopardizing our small town values. We specialize in custom design solutions in such areas as fire detection, security, access control and video surveillance.”
Check out these cool web design layouts that incorporate angled lines in it’s design! Read more at Line25.com.
“Website layout designs naturally tend to make use of horizontal and vertical lines due to the blocky nature of the coding behind them, but designers are breaking free from these constraints by using dynamic angles in their designs. Sometimes these angled lines are simply background images created in Photoshop, but others are animated elements made directly in code.”
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“At Robintek, our team is dedicated to helping every business reach its full potential through the web. Our expertise lies in custom web development. By keeping our clients business plan top of mind, we explore and evaluate opportunities to improve not only the look and feel of the website, but also give a unique perspective to our clients regarding opportunities to use the web to improve business processes and even office efficiency.”