More and more websites are using the “hamburger” (the ubiquitous three-line symbol for a menu) to save space on the screen. The icon denotes a hidden menu. When clicked or tapped, the menu will reveal itself and the user will be allowed to interact and navigate through the menu.
Horizontal scrolling has always been considered as a controversial web design technique and for a long time and with the advent of devices such as tablets, the swiping movement has enabled a comeback for horizontal scrolling. Could it be that because of the swiping movement, users have become more accustomed to horizontal navigation? So here are the examples of most creative and cutting edge horizontal scrolling sites for your inspiration and hope these will help you if you are trying to make a horizontal website design.
A timeline is presentation of a chronological sequence of related events along a drawn line that enables the reader to quickly understand relationships relating to, or limited by, time. Timelines provide a logical, clean way to tell your story. Check out these 10 great examples of timeline in web design for inspiration in making your own.
When you develop a website or web app, having the right tools can definitely help you to save a lot of time. In this post, I have compiled a list of fresh and super useful tools to improve your CSS workflow. Sassaparilla Sassaparilla is a fast way to start your responsive web design projects that harnesses the power of Sass and Compass. It comes with just enough to get you on your way, and no unnecessary extras, so you can spend less time deleting what you don’t need and more... Read The Rest →
Although you may have been tormented by geometry in school, the oldest mathematical science has its purposes. Geometric shapes are often used to convey a certain idea or concept in an effective and eye-catching way. Here, I have compiled a list of 25 websites designed with geometric shapes for your inspiration.
Storytelling is one of the freshest ideas to emerge for successful branding and website promotion. While content makes up a major portion of it, visual and other UX design elements are integrated in a brand story to entertain users. Storytelling design may just have a greater impact than you think and also enables the web designers to explore and express their creativity to the fullest.