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How to Use Gradients in Web Design | 20 Beautiful Examples

Let yourself be inspired by the 20 beautiful examples we selected below and learn how to use gradients in web design.

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Are Geometric Shapes The Next Big Trend in Web Design? #websitedesign

In order to really understand geometric shapes, you first need to know about organic shapes. Pretty much everything in this world is an organic shape, meaning that it’s naturally occurring; imperfect. Irregular or asymmetrical are two other ways to describe organic shapes. Geometric shapes, on the other hand, are uniform — they consist of straight

 
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The Logic behind a successful Web Design #websitedesign

Web designing is complicated work. To make it successful, you need to adapt to various ideas of the society to suit their needs. The logic there is to make a website which would look beautiful to the eye in the first glance. Because you see, most users decide whether they like a website or not

 
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Beautifully Executed Card-Based Layouts in Web Design

Pinterest definitely started a trend with it’s grid or card-based layout design, and many have followed in their footsteps. These days we see asymmetric design, different shaped tiles and other styles of pushing the boundaries of this type of layout. It lends itself to all the current trends, such as responsive design, flat design, etc.

 
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The 5 Building Blocks of Visual Hierarchy in Web Design

Visual hierarchy is the difference between a site that strategically influences user flow and decisions, and a site that just “looks nice.” An interface’s visual hierarchy relies on the same principles of aesthetics used by the Renaissance masters, but on top of that (or rather beneath it) there’s the subtext of secondary goals – promoting

 
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