It’s always interesting to browse different styles of website designs from other industries. We’ve seen large images used in web design before, but the food industry in particular really whets your appetite with enticing photos of delicious meals. These images clearly introduce the nature of the site and make an immediate connection to the hungry viewer. Check out this showcase of 20 tasty website designs for restaurants and services in the food industry. Now, who’s hungry?!
Working with colors is a time-consuming task for a web designer, for starters you need to pick out a color palette for your colorful designs, then there are all kinds of code values to remember and convert from hex to RGBa. To speed things up and make the designer’s life much easier a bunch of handy tools are available online. These color tools help you pick, choose and convert your color selections with ease for your next web design project.
Tattoo fonts are not very common in designs and are usually more niche-oriented. However, they are versatile and can be used in various types of designs, from logos and prints to even web designs, if used properly.
The logos of social websites such as Twitter, Facebook or YouTube are amongst the most widely used icon designs on our websites. Save time in your future projects with this handy roundup of over 20 different packs, each containing loads of popular social icons with various styles. I’ve carefully picked out the best free packs I could find, weeding out any sets that are now outdated due to Twitter’s ever-changing bird logo.
Photography is often used to set the mood in a website design, but illustrations are what really add character to a site. Today’s web design showcase features 25 fun web designs that all boast colorful and bold illustration work in various styles, including flat landscapes, cute characters, and detailed cartoons.
People always ask what font I use to create my annotated code examples in my web design tutorials here on Line25, so I figured a roundup of the best hand-drawn fonts would prove quite handy. This post rounds up a range of free handwriting fonts based on various handwriting styles. If you’re in need of a font to add a human touch to your design in the form of a note or a personal message, you can be sure you’ll find the perfect font in this collection.