The logo plays a crucial part when it comes to branding both yourself and your business. With enough impact to either help or harm your business it is extremely important to give your logo some thought before you just start slapping it on all your products, branding material and of course websites.
We have seen transparency in web design more or less forever, but it has been limited to static .jpg images in the past. Since Internet Explorer has become compatible with .png images and the advent of CSS3 and HTML5, transparency in web design is much more flexible.
It seems our readers love social media icons and so here it is a new pack. In this pack you can create your icons using three shapes.
I’m sure you have seen this all the web over but there are some websites that go a little bit out of their way by embracing asymmetric designs. If you take a look at the examples below, you will see exactly what I have in mind; what I am referring to are websites which don’t have the typical, cookie cutter layouts – no, no, no. I mean websites where things are not typically rectangular elements displayed in a neat and predictable fashion; I mean something different and edgy.
In the simplest of terms a grid is a layout guideline. They are most often used by designers to align elements vertically, and even horizontally, so that the design looks well manicured due to the alignment.
Website navigation has always been, and remains one of the most important parts of the design. It must be clear where it is and where the links will lead the user. Poor navigation will very quickly lose viewers, possibly more so than any other part of the design.