Professional Web Design Techniques for Minimalist Layouts

by Jake Rocheleau
on November 16, 2012

in design

Minimalism is a very interesting topic because it is the idea that less is actually more. Designers are frequently thinking about how to trim down excess fat off website layouts. This idea of minimalist design is certainly not brand new, but the traits have been adapting for years.

Additionally there have been many advancing trends along with responsive design which has paved the way for a new minimalistic style. Minimalist designers are able to focus now on beautiful interfaces, navigations, and content displays. The modern era of computing and web browsers has connected the Internet together like never before. I’m hoping these ideas will provide at least some value to web designers who are interested in minimalist techniques.

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Designing Modern Web Layouts with Professional Flair

by Jake Rocheleau
on August 16, 2012

in design

It’s very easy to tell the difference between a modern website design compared to something done 5 or 10 years ago. Web designers have quickly grown into a new phase of glossy buttons and CSS3 webkit properties. All of these effects can be applied to website projects today in order to prepare for a comparable outcome later on down the road.

In this article I want to look into modern design techniques for creating professional websites. I’ll use a few current examples in the article which we can compare with each other. Some trends just do not work well on all websites, so you’ll have to take these ideas with a grain of salt and gauge them for each situation. But it’s very clear that web design has entered a more advanced development cycle and as such we are noticing tremendous adaptations with modern layouts.

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