- PostedAugust 4, 2016
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The modern browser is an operating system in its own right, no longer merely displaying documents downloaded from the web, but capable of running fullfledged web applications, and even handling peerto- peer connections to other browsers. The need for database driven websites is evaporating quickly. Many features that required dynamic code running on a single server can now be move to the browser and the client. For website builds is a sort of back to the future.
Curious Space ’s website is a great example of adding a pinch of organic freedom to an ordered grid layout. You’ll quickly notice the photos of this website stacked on top of each other. Stacking them isn’t a problem, as when a user rolls over on an image, the Z-index of the selected image shifts, so it is pushed to the top of the pile of photos. Upon scroll, the haphazard arrangement of their logo falls into place to spell out their company name.
We’ve all thought it - “Why should I draw another [name of object] icon, when I can just grab it off an already existing vector pack from the web?” This line of thinking does save time and budget constraints, but how about integrating custom-made illustrations, or other artwork into the project budget in the first place? Sites like Creative Freedom Guide, For Better Coffee , 2015 DConstruct Conference, or Ice & Sky all integrate custom-made / hand-drawn illustration work that greatly aid in telling their story and leaving a memorable experience for their users.
Static websites are cheaper to build, to maintain and to scale if needed. It all happens automatically. No need to procure more bandwidth or larger hosting service than you need, and no need to cover for occasional traffic spikes.
Web designing has been shifted to a new level in recent past. Web designing trends are changing rapidly.