Smartphone mobile apps have taken the design world by storm. Even most web designers have taken a liking to app design by learning the common dimensions and interface elements of Android and iOS devices. One such example is the sliding drawer menu, also putatively called the hamburger navigation.
While these sliding nav menus are not perfect for every situation, they do provide an exceptional solution for applications with a lot of content. In this gallery I’ve put together 25 examples of stunning hamburger-style menus of all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re designing a new application or just trying to understand the creative process these examples will prove to be quite inspirational.
Although circular interfaces have been common since the iPod it has been a slow transition from physical into digital. Nowadays modern interfaces are just as much physical as they are digital. Touchscreen’s have completely changed how we interact with devices and they’ve given a breath of fresh air to interface designers everywhere.
In this post I’d like to highlight a choice selection of prime cut radial interfaces. Locally designed with no growth hormones, these circular interfaces are sure to inspire with their delectable beauty. Whether you’re creating a mobile application or website interface these radial interfaces can offer a unique palette of ideas into your visual spice rack. You might also try re-creating these interfaces using Photoshop or Sketch just for a bit of design practice.
Let’s face the facts: anything that takes up the entirety of your computer screen is going to draw some attention. Fullscreen images have been used in backgrounds and slideshows for quite a few years now. But ever-improving Internet connections have allowed for much larger images that relate better to content on the page. This style is predominantly seen on the web and looks fantastic in the right context.
For this gallery I’ve organized a series of 28 sample website mockups using fullscreen hero images. When crafting your own mockup it helps to look over what others have done for some inspiration. Take these ideas into your own workflow and see what you can build.
Web is just another medium for designers to portray their creations. Personally I find inspiration anywhere I go, parks, cinema, airports, libraries, also reading physical books, magazines and other publications spark a lot of ideas.
Web design can even be influenced by geometry and all the weird shapes you hated at math classes. Sharp corners, interesting angles, pure circles and more can be implemented in web design to stylize the look and feel of the website and give that memorabilia advantage to your competition.
In today’s compilation I’m sharing 20 latest examples of geometry used in web design.
The process of creating a website varies dramatically based on the content. An ecommerce site will require more elements than a simple portfolio page. So creating a website with a focus on multimedia is often graphically-oriented with a focus of visually and conceptually sharing information.
A visitor will always be judging your website from the first pageload. Sometimes this could be an internal page but most of the time people will land directly onto your homepage. The job of a web designer is to captivate their audience with a stunning homepage layout complete with beautiful graphics, usable navigation links, and plenty of relatable content. The problem is that every homepage looks different so there is no winning formula – but it’s precisely because of these differences that a homepage will stand out from the masses.
In this post I’ve organised a series of homepage website layouts from Dribbble designers. Some layouts have gone live on the Internet while others have been posted simply as design mockups. Either way you can learn a lot from these homepages to determine what you like, what you don’t, and figure out why certain designs make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
I am currently traveling and working as a freelance designer and writer. My job would be much more harder without digital tools that make everything more organised, simpler and more efficient. Whether it is creating a wireframe or presenting a design concept to your client there is a tool for it.
In this post I am sharing 10 cool tools and web apps that will definitely enhance your workflow and make your remote working experience more productive and enjoyable.
Trends seem to ebb and flow much like the ocean tides – and opinions are just as critical. While you might prefer high tide for a little water adventure, old granny might be waiting on low tide to shrivel up and dry out on the sandy beach. Some people might not even like the beach at all! But nevertheless design trends have their place and will always flow where attention goes.
Flat design has risen to popularity in a few short years. Modern operating systems like Win8 have begun switching over to this design style without hesitation. I’ve also seen this effect in modern websites that flatten their colors, icons, even buttons. And I know what you’re saying – but Mr. Jake writer person, wouldn’t flat buttons just look like regular hyperlinks? And how could a flat UI design work for so many different layouts? Also can I flatten my mother-in-law and toss her onto a website?
Well I say we should delve into the world of flat design and see exactly how this trend behaves on the screen. Take a peek at some of these website mockups created with flat UI design. This gallery is perfect if you’re trying to understand how to create your own flat elements and how to match everything nicely on a single webpage.
One of the hottest design styles at the moment is retro/vintage designs. In modern life, retro style never loses its popularity and you can see retro and vintage styles in almost every business. When it comes to web design, retro style is also popular among designers.
In today’s article I collected showcasing modern retro style websites. Hope you like the collection. You may also take a look at our past website collections for inspiration.
Our modern era of technology is fast and efficient. Streaming MP3 music has never been easier with the advancement of countless websites and social networks. Mobile applications also come into the picture with support from many audio streaming services. But how would any of these services function without a clean audio player UI?
This gallery features some creative music players for desktop software and mobile apps. If you plan to design your own interface then these examples are perfect to help with brainstorming. As time goes on music player will surely get cleaner and even simpler to use. See what talented designers have already created and try to push the boundaries even further.