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How Simple, Classic Design Works

Explore what’s great about simple, classic webdesign in this article posted by Speckyboy.com!

“Apple pie has endured through the years because it’s something people easily understand. In the same way, a simple, classic design that doesn’t require your audience to think too hard to understand the message will still be relevant after years of fancy fluff and bad trends have come and gone.”


7 simple ways to build a buzz around your website

Want to generate more traffic to your site? Check it out these tips on easy ways to build a buzz around your website posted by Web Designer Depot!

“Your website looks slick, your products and services are amazing, and you’ve launched multiple marketing campaigns. So why isn’t your site producing the numbers you need? Getting buzz for your site isn’t always easy—but it’s necessary for your business to thrive. If you’re looking to ignite your audience and get them talking about your website, you need the right strategy. These 7 tips will help get you there.”

http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2014/04/7-simple-ways-to-build-a-buzz-around-your-website/

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

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

cleansites_exampleIt’s always fun going online and seeing all sort’s of different website designs everyone has to offer. Some of my favorite websites to look at, and ones that provide the most inspiration for me are the sites that like to keep it simple. These websites use beautiful images and clean styles to bring the most out of their design without a bunch of clutter and content. These websites are great examples of designs that keep things simple and clean. Check them out here.

“It’s always nice to browse some nice and clean websites. It is a good way to get inspiration for future projects and also to see how designers are delivering clean designs. Today we gathered some inspiring examples to show you that clean layouts don’t need to be plain and boring, you can have colors, textures, illustrated elements and much more.”

-Gisele Muller

Read the full story at WebDesignLedger.com

21 Beautiful iPhone App Websites

iphone app webpageCheck out these websites that designers created to display iPhone apps.

“I believe we can agree that a lot of iPhone app websites are really beautiful and well designed. It seems that designers embrace the “Apple” style and create websites that are clean, minimal and elegant.”
-Gisele Muller

Check out the rest of these great websites at WebDesignLedger.com

21 Beautiful Examples of Big Images in Web Design

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I’ve always been a fan of the saying “A little goes a long way”, and this saying really shows in these great website designs. Check out this design and much more here.

“Big images can certainly create a big impact in a design, and I believe this is why more and more websites are starting to use big images to deliver nice and beautiful visuals to their viewers. Something that is good about this trend is that designers are using images combined with clean and minimal designs, layouts where images take the center stage and everything else complements it. It’s also important that when using huge images, designers optimize them the best they can to deliver a good user experience, which is great.”

-Gisele Muller

Read it at Web Design Ledger