From the author: I welcome you, friends! We continue to analyze the intricacies of professional web design, and today a very relevant topic is web typography. Unfortunately, many developers do not even know the very basics and rules of this area. Maybe they just don’t bother and don’t want to waste time on it, or maybe they don’t fully understand its meaning. In general, my goal is to convey to you that typography in web design is the foundation of the basics, and without it it will be very difficult to move on.
Typography and Newsletter
The purpose of any Internet resource is an information message to the target audience. What will visitors of your site pay attention to first of all? Of course, to the text! (Naturally, if he does not get messy advertising and a lot of stupid banners). The success of your project will ultimately depend on the text, and only on the text.
Let’s understand what typography in web design really affects. Continue reading
From the author: the web designer has in his arsenal many tools for interacting with users using color. The combination of colors in web design is an effective marketing tool, however, it should be used very carefully so as not to get a tear-eye design that leaves users unpleasant sensations and shaky nerves.
This, of course, is an extreme example. The main idea of my article is that design should be not only functional and useful, but also emotionally attractive. To do this, you need to carefully consider the color palette of the site, which is a set of colors used in the development of web design.
The site’s color scheme is subject to quite serious requirements, since the combination of colors for web design will not only determine the look of your resource, but will also be associated with your brand on the Internet. Most sites have a palette of 2 to 4 colors, not counting black and white. Let’s try to figure out how to create the most attractive and effective combination of colors in website design. Continue reading
From the author: probably each of you had moments in life when there is no hint of creativity and inspiration? Especially when original ideas are expected from you. Especially when, in addition to working on the site, many other things have piled on you, most of which you had to solve yesterday.
As I understand you! That’s why I decided to create a post dedicated to the answer to one of the most burning questions of web designers: how to get inspired, find fresh ideas for website design and, at the same time, not go down to plagiarism? Where is that extremely blurry line where the inspiration of someone else’s ideas for web design turns into theft?
How to wake up a creator in yourself? Continue reading