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Keep your website on top of trends!

Both now and always people like to stay fancy and modern and we are always ready to invest money in our stylish look. But sometimes we forget that a website being a company’s image should also stay on top of trends. Your website – your business name card and can easily make customers stay with you or go and seek for some business alternatives. Modern websites stand out from the crowd and strike the eye. That doesn’t mean your website should be a motley all-in-one. It’s about knowing where the website industry is right now and taking some advantages of fresh tendencies.

Using various fonts is currently no more topical fashion to beautify your website. Nowadays designers prefer to use one font styled in different ways. Picking up one font will help you give the impression of consistency and unique style. While to avoid the simplicity and monotony it would be a good idea to play with font deepness and spacings.

It is a fashion trend to use your own illustrations throughout the site showing out your individuality. Illustration, like a magic wand, can turn your website into something really one and only and something with the power to entice the audience and mirror the brand message. The design should not be striking, but representing main principles of your business.


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Flat Design – What Is It All About?

Are you familiar with the term “flat design»?

It is one of the hottest discussion topics among web designers today. What’s special about flat design? Basically, flat design does not use any extra effects or decorations. All elements or boxes, image frames, navigation buttons and etc, are clear-cut and lack shadows, gradients or edges.

Flat design method was quite popular in the past, and now it has returned back. It would not be a joke, if we state that flat design is just that – flat (thanks, Cap!).

But do not underestimate flat design: it is not completely without effects, of course. Truly speaking, it just lacks extra effects to create “artificial” depth and dimension.

So, what is peculiar to flat design? First of all, it focuses on vivid colors. Color is a key component to making your website elements stand out, and stay in harmony at the same time.

Good content is essential, of course! Flat design does not mean “plain” design, in no way! That’s why typography is very important. The headings, navigation, banners should communicate a message to your visitors – make sure they won’t get lost in the woods of identical texts!

The interface should be simple and user-friendly: all the elements should be of clear use, otherwise they won’t be effective.
The popularity of flat design will grow together with the demand for clean UI and mobile friendly websites. You can go with the trend and create a website, based on flat design! It’s up to you!
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