We all enjoy browsing web design galleries and showcases of fresh layouts for ideas and inspiration, but there’s a whole world of amazing designs we probably overlook. WordPress themes are often constructed with beautiful layouts but they’re hidden away on the theme’s demo. This post rounds up a collection of some of the most inspiring web designs from those brilliant WordPress themes.
There’s so many great looking apps in the works it’s difficult to keep track of the amazing concepts designers are constructing. This post showcases over 30 inspiring iPhone app designs from the past few weeks, all of which boast great interface designs for interesting apps currently in the works. There’s a few similarities that could be an indication to what the next big trend will be.
I only recently discovered the power of WordPress custom post types and found some really useful resources while I was learning the basics of how they work. If you’re looking to learn all about the potential of custom post types yourself, this post rounds up the best tutorials, guides, generators and plugins to give you a head start and to make sense of what can initially appear to be a complicated subject.
The over-simplied style of illustration was around well before the flat trend in web design, but it has definitely increased in popularity as we’re seeing more flat designs make use of stylised drawings made from solid colours and basic shapes. This post rounds up 20 fantastic examples of websites that feature trendy flat illustrations are part of their overall design.
Websites for iPhone apps are amongst the best for discovering new trends, inspirational designs and clever effects. Their job is simply to promote and describe the purpose of its related app, which leaves the designer plenty of room for experimentation. Today’s web design showcase is a collection of some of the best app websites around, with each one featuring balanced layouts, great typography and attractive colour schemes.
Web design galleries are great places to find inspiration and gain an insight into the next big trend, but you’ll often find that the same sites are featured time and time again. Browsing sites such as Dribbble where designers share their current works in progress is a great way to find some hidden gems before they hit the mainstream. As we all know live projects can often veer off in a different direction when the client gets their say, so it’s great to appreciate some untouched designs presented exactly how the designer originally envisioned. This post rounds up over 30 brilliant full page web design concepts that aren’t yet live on the web.