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?!
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.
A website design is the last kind of project you would expect a designer to use pencils, pens & paintbrushes. Typically website designs are digital creations made from CSS code and web fonts, but designers still make use of handcrafted elements to add character to their designs.
Grids are normally seen as blocky layouts with strict rows and columns, but grids don’t always have to be so structured. Modular grids provide a balanced layout by dividing up your content into equal measures, but the ability to span multiple columns ensures the content appears interesting and dynamic. Modular grids are becoming increasingly popular in web design, often combined with images and bright colors to create a patchwork quilt style layout that neatly presents a large amount of content in a small space.
Back in the day, splash screens were a popular addition to websites. They were a frontal page that was displayed before the user accessed the main site, which typically featured a sparse layout incorporating just the website’s logo and guidance about which browsers and monitor resolutions were supported.
Take a look at these editorial website designs with beautiful layouts and get all the inspiration you need for your future projects!