Tips and rules for web footer design

by Brant Wilson

on July 19, 2012

in News

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Web site footer design changed in the last few years drastically.

Footer is not just a place for repeating top nav and copyright information.

Designers realized they can use footer for different marketing purposes. They can highlight important links and have different calls to action.

Below we look at two forms of footers (compound and non-compound) and review some rules and samples.


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