Last week I shared a roundup of websites that used many different variants of the colour red to create striking designs. This week I thought it would be interesting to check out a showcase of blue websites. The clean and fresh characteristics of this colour make it a popular choice with web designers, with light cyans being particularly trendy in the modern web design scene.
Posts from November, 2014
Red is a vibrant hue that colour theorists suggest represents love, anger and in some cultures, happiness, but how is it used in web design? The colour red in its many variants seems to be a popular choice with web designers. In today’s showcase we take a look at 35 great international examples of red usage in web design. See how this colour is used in each design, and more interestingly which other colours it is paired with to create striking colour schemes.
It’s a shame that typefaces with intact serifs aren’t more popular on the web. 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, so in today’s showcase I feature 25 websites with elegant serif typography. These sites use classy serif fonts to create stylish and sophisticated designs.
Despite how popular the trend of characters and mascots was back in the 2010-2011 era of web design, I found it pretty difficult to find many fresh examples. That’s not to say I didn’t find some cracking designs though! Today’s showcase features 20 fun websites that all feature cool cartoon characters. 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. Do you know of any cool sites featuring characters? Be sure to link them in the comments.