Today’s web design showcase is for everyone who likes to go large with their fonts. These extroverted websites aren’t reserved with their words, they display their message with the text size cranked up to the max! This supersize typography cleverly plays two roles; it introduces the site with an attention grabbing title, while also forming part of the overall website design. You’ll see how most of these sites otherwise have solid colour backgrounds and minimal layouts to allow the text to take focus.
So you have a website or an online business and you’re considering selling it for a lump sum of cash that you can then invest in your newest venture, or perhaps use it as a retirement fund or to finance that round-the-world trip that you’ve been dreaming of?
Designing a website using just black and white provides the highest contrast possible between text and background elements. Combined with black and white photography, this produces powerful designs that grab the attention of the viewer and draws them in with their seductive qualities. In today’s showcase I round up 20 beautiful examples of monochromatic website designs that master the use of black and white in their interfaces.
Responsive web design is all about ensuring your website design looks and works great on devices of all size, but when it comes to showcasing your work in your portfolio or presenting designs to clients, you need a way of showing all the various viewport layouts in one go. Mockup PSDs are a great way to do so, by allowing you to paste in a design onto the screens of computers, phones and tablets. In today’s post I round up 15 of the best free mockup PSDs to present your responsive web designs.
The concept of the elevator pitch has become a popular feature in web design. Bold statements that introduce and describe a company or individual now dominate the mastheads of agency and portfolio sites. In today’s web design showcase I present 25 great examples of websites that successfully explain what they’re all about in a clear and concise statement. See how they use white space, typography and colour to ensure their message gets across.
We all love checking out the latest web designs with loud colours, trendy headers and stunning imagery, but sometimes it’s nice to admire the everlasting style of minimalist design. The ultra minimal websites in this showcase focus on composition and typography to create stripped back, naked designs that are just as beautiful as those full of glamour.