A key indicator of the quality of web design is how natural and easy it is perceived by users. When creating a visual site design, it is important to illustrate the functionality and informative component of the project, to form its correct perception. The use of classical techniques such as the rules of the golden section in the design helps to solve such problems in an optimal way. We will consider it today.
This principle describes a mathematical proportion that forms a harmonious, natural relationship of the parts of one whole to each other. It is obtained by dividing the whole into two parts so that the ratio of the first part to the second is the same as the ratio of the whole to the first part. Continue reading
Here I will demonstrate the excellent solutions that can be achieved using Icon Fonts, but let’s first get acquainted with the very concept of font icons, as well as the positive and negative sides of using them. Then we will test the two most popular sets of font icons using various examples, which will allow you to see how they can be used in real projects. What is Icon Fonts? Icon Fonts is nothing more than regular fonts.
The only difference is that instead of the usual for us sets of fonts, consisting of numbers and letters, font icons contain different characters and glyphs. But the main reason why Icon Fonts is so popular on the Web is that they are easily CSS styled. Advantages and disadvantages of font icons. There are several strong positive points in favor of the use of font icons instead of raster images: Any CSS effect can be applied to them. They are scalable because they are created using vector graphics. Continue reading
When it comes to online marketing or web design, it is extremely important to be the initiator of successful ideas and to form trends in your own field. Today we will talk about one of these trends – the endless scrolling (scrolling) of pages on the site: what opportunities does it represent for business? How best to implement and when should you abandon this function? The material is based on the translation of an article about Infinite Scrolling from SpeckyBoy.
The generation of two thousandths is known for its habit of browsing information on websites in a matter of seconds, making the decision to stay or go out. Competing projects should know exactly how to collect and retain the audience, or they risk remaining in the shadows. In an effort to attract the attention of the masses, for example, using the parallax effect, many also decided to introduce an endless scrolling. This approach has been actively used over the past few years, and examples of very popular social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram only confirm its effectiveness. Continue reading