Last year, we began to observe how line art is gaining momentum. This is because designers are still very fond of flat design, and it is switching to logos.
Mono-linear logos fully convey the meaning of their name. Logos are drawn in one line with constant pressure – as if the logo is drawn with a single thread or cord. The appearance of mono logos is extremely ascetic, nothing more, but with a bias towards the iconography popular on the Internet.
Typically, such works look monotonous, giving the design clarity without unnecessary details. Mono- Continue reading
Surely, you often have to visit sites that, at first glance, seem to be like nothing – both the pictures are beautiful and the text is folding, however, they lack some kind of logic, completeness, or something. And all because the owners of such sites, most likely, did not bother with the laws of composition – the art of organizing the elements of the site, combining and arranging them in their places.
Oh, that brain …
Our brain has the ability to instantly perceive information and create visual connections. I will explain with examples. Below you see two circles.
You immediately found a way to distinguish between them, right? But the task is more complicated for you. Continue reading
Site Style Classification
There is currently no unified classification of web design styles. And this is not surprising: each resource is unique in many respects, and the style of the site is not an exact science and does not have clearly established rules. We outline the main criteria by which sites can be classified:
Structure (minimalistic, complex, 2-3-column);
Color gamut (black and white, multi-colored, light, dark);
The number and level of graphics (standard, clean, artistic); Continue reading