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 gorgeous ecommerce product page designs, posted by Six Revisions!
“For an online store, the design of product pages is important to get right. The product page is the place where a purchase is likely to happen, and so its form and function can dictate the success of an ecommerce site. For inspiration and ideas, check out these excellent product page designs from a variety of ecommerce sites.”
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.”
Ever wonder what today’s most popular website would have looked like in the 1980s?, Check out this posting by Digital Trends!
“Nostalgia is a basic human emotion. It’s an experience that’s practically universal, whether you’re a baby boomer, or you were conceived during Woodstock.
The YouTube channel SquirrelMonkeyCom takes a love for the 1980s to a whole new level, and re-imagines what many of today’s most popular Internet destinations would have looked like back then. If you grew up around then, you’ll definitely appreciate these hypothetical blasts to the past.”
Check out this series of websites featuring dark colored design, posted by Line 25!
“While a ‘dark on light’ colour scheme is the most common approach for website design, some designers are creating powerful sites with dark interfaces. Black and dark coloured backgrounds create an alluring mood that entices the user and really helps the content stand out when mixed with high contrasting whites and bright hues.”
Check out these creative infographics about webdesign, posted by Line 25!
“The bold visual design of Infographics makes it easy to digest facts and figures about a given subject. There’s some great infographics based on interesting topics related to web design, from articles explaining the benefits of responsive design to interesting statistics about the industry. “
Check out our new website launch for Sales Quants!
“Founded by Jeff L. Herrmann, SalesQuants is based upon his experience as a former enterprise sales guy turned marketer. Jeff now embraces marketing whole-heartedly as an instrument for sales revenue growth acceleration. The site is also about knowledge-sharing and bringing sales and marketing together with resources, motivation and insights.”
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 our new website design and launch for The Title Company!
“The Title Company, Ltd. is committed to delivering exceptional results and quality service to its clients. The Title Company, Ltd. prides itself on exceptional detail concerning complicated closings. The Title Company, Ltd. was formed by Tammy Besece in November 1999 and began business December 17, 1999 as a full service title and closing company.”