Get inspired and check out this collection of creative bat logo designs, posted by Naldz Graphics!
“Today we have gathered logo designs with bats. This collection includes some of the most creative bat logo designs for you to easily scroll and see. We can only hope that you can get some ideas and make your imagination run wild and result with an outstanding design.”
Check out what web design trends to look out for in 2015, posted by Webdesign Ledger!
“Looking back at 2014, we can see some spectacular trends emerging in the web design landscape: code-free design platforms, parallax effects, single-page websites, and many more. While many design trends are fleeting, a select few are natural evolutions of the industry. As the range of devices on which we view websites continues to grow, designers must constantly adapt their workflow to meet the dynamic changes that are occurring in web design.”
Check out these cool website designs featuring serif typography, posted by Line 25!
“Sans-serif text seems to be dominant in the web design industry, despite modern technologies providing a vast library of fonts of all styles. However, when you do find examples of serif font use in web design they are often really beautiful. These sites use classy serif fonts to create stylish and sophisticated designs.”
Check out these website designs featuring outstanding sidebars! Posted by Webdesign Ledger!
“While browsing lots of modern sites, it’s easy to notice some web design trends, like horizontal navigation or video background. Although, many sites include various sidebars which are used for navigation purposes or for advertising. Using sidebar navigation is a great way to change the whole look and atmosphere of your website.”
Check out these cool website designs featuring cartoon characters! Posted by Line 25!
“These sites have a fun personality which is a welcome contrast to the vast range of serious web designs we see on a daily basis. Today’s showcase features 20 fun websites that all feature cool cartoon characters.”
Get inspired with these awesome examples of Parallax Scrolling in website design, posted by Web Design Ledger!
“”Parallax scrolling involves the background which is moving slower than the foreground creating an amazing 3D effect while you scroll down the page. The very first website with parallax scrolling effect was designed by Ian Coyle in 2011. It was the site for Nike “Nike Better World”.”
Check out this article disusing the process of designing a website with responsive navigation that will please any user, posted by Vandelay Design!
“The process of creating a website should always start with general ideas. These turn into wireframes or low-fidelity mockups to give the designer a sense of direction. It’s fairly straightforward, but the creative process requires a large visual library of existing layouts to understand which interfaces are usable and well-designed. Navigation is a huge part of web design and deserves a lot more coverage.”
Have a look at this interesting article about choosing the right font and how different fonts affect the readability of text, posted by The Next Web!
“The right font choice along with the absence of sidebars and popups makes everything feel easier and better to read. Your eyes typically move across a page for between 7 to 9 letters before needing to pause to process what you’re reading. As you scan a sentence, no useful visual processing is happening in your brain. Visual processing is completely dependent upon the information taken in when you pause.”
Check out this informative article about using color filters to create amazing website designs posted by Design Modo!
“Modern web designers prove that working a color filter effect can naturally emphasize refined illustrations, sophisticated graphics and spectacular photo manipulations. The website simply starts to shine with new fresh vibe. Indeed, it really helps to sort out some issues.”
Check out these tips for creating a great website footer posted by Design Shack!
“One of the most important locations on your website is the footer. Yes, seriously. It may not be the area of the greatest design or most impressive content but it is a place where users frequently look for information. So it is vitally important that you don’t neglect this area when planning a web design project.”