This post showcases some of the most detailed iOS icon designs on the web, with some even crossing into the realm of hyperrealism.
We’ve rounded up a massive collection of 50 user-friendly website designs to inspire you. These user-friendly website designs are gathered from various niches, from popular websites such as National Geographic, Marni or The Winter Olympic Games, to website concepts or small web design projects we found featured on Behance.
The flat trend in web design has recently gained a lot of popularity and we started noticing lots of website and interface designs springing up with this design style. We’ve seen the use of solid colors increase through the adoption of the flat design trend, but these hues are becoming increasingly vibrant following the release of iOS7 and the colorful iPhone 5C. Dazzling RGB colors are becoming more popular in the latest website designs, with saturation levels at an all-time high.
As monitor resolutions become larger, websites tend to become wider. This showcase features 25 awesome website designs over 1000px in width.
Many of these super wide website designs are built as responsive layouts, which allows the designer to accommodate even the largest of screen sizes with the
max-width property without chopping off elements on smaller resolutions.
Hipsters are described as valuing vintage styles, disconnecting themselves from mainstream trends and commonly being involved in the creative industries. If website designs could be described as being hipster, this showcase features some perfect examples!
We do a fair bit of trend spotting while we’re browsing for cool website designs to feature in our inspirational web design roundups. One design trend we’ve noticed that is becoming more and more popular is the split layout, where the page is divided vertically into two halves to display separate areas of content. Often these two halves are contrasting with light and dark color schemes and allow the user to make a decision on the type of content they want to see.