3D elements used in web design can make a website more impressive and memorable. The purpose of 3D elements is to create a feeling of depth. For that reason, websites with 3D elements look interesting because most websites have a flat, 2-dimensional design.
Errors don’t need to be ugly. On the Web, any links that are broken result in a 404 Not Found error message. There are two ways you can address this issue when your user navigates towards a broken link.
Giving your web design a natural look can make your website friendlier as well as show your appreciation of the environment. Nature-themed web designs can also give your website a unique character.
There are many ways you can use nature to make your website stand out or help you get a message across to your website visitors. Here is a showcase of over 40 exceptional web designs that use nature themes.
Over a year and a half ago, Six Revisions published a footer inspiration collection named 25 Stylish Website Footer Designs (which you should also check out). Today, we have the next generation of footer designs showcased in this collection.
There is not much that delights me more than the tranquility and serenity of waterscapes. Just the sound of the drifting and hustling waves brings me joy and relaxation.
Water has a unique assortment of calmness and aggression. For some, water is a symbol of composure, and for others, a symbol of pugnacity. Every waterscape has its own story to tell.
Using photos as a design element and central piece in a web design is a great way to get a point across to the viewers or to just add more depth into the design. We are going to look at some examples of two popular ways of using photos in a web layout: using a large photo as your background and using a photo as the central focus in the header.
The Seven Deadly Sins represents vices and tendencies that were believed to be misdeeds in early Christian religion.
The sins are as follows: envy, pride, wrath, sloth, lust, greed, gluttony.
Each sin is said to be represented by a colour. For example, envy is best represented by the colour green, which — in many cultures — is also the symbolic color of money.