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Icons and Site Appeal

Most times, when someone visits your website they are a reader on a mission. They don’t want to fumble through tangled links or scale walls of text to reach the golden nugget located in the heart of your domain. Just like walls in the real world, walls in the virtual world repel visitors. A real easy way to tear down these walls is through the use of simple icons and graphics. A good article on this topic can be found here.

Sites of the Week from Line25

Here is a showcase of the sites of the week from Line25. Check them all out here.

“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.”

-Chris Spooner

5 Web Design Trends to Watch

As devices get higher and higher resolution screens, the crisp and clean design of web pages becomes even more important. Ascetic appeal will drive traffic to sites and often times change how people feel about a product, company or service. To see these trends click here.

“Design can make or break web and mobile startups these days. But the problem is: It’s not always clear how to improve the design of web sites, mobile apps and connected devices. Is it just about making them cleaner, more streamlined, and less cluttered?” — Rani Molla

Web Design Inspiration

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.”

-Designbeep Staff

Showcase of Amazing Geometric & Polygonal Artwork

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.”

-Chris Spooner

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