A showcase of web design cost anchored in minimalism. Interestingly, I discovered that many of today’s most “minimal” sites aren’t necessarily of the no-frills variety.
For today’s post, I’ve created a showcase of web design cost anchored in minimalism. Interestingly, I discovered that many of today’s most “minimal” sites aren’t necessarily of the no-frills variety. Why? Because minimalism is the perfect backdrop for dazzling effects.
Interactive innovations and HTML5 experiments are often best appreciated in a barebones environment, so it’s no wonder numerous minimalist outsource web design show off entrancing effects. That said, many (if not most) minimalist sites are still, well, minimal, keeping the focus on their products and content.
I’d be interested to know what you think of this trend in the comments below. But before that, let’s get into the (m)inspiration! On your marks, get set…
What do corporate web design have in common with other people’s children? Three things: they have their charm, like finger-paintings on the refrigerator; they can be useful, if infrequently; they are usually admired only by the people who created them.
While best web designers know that a user’s experience on a website has a large impact on the way that customer will interact with them, impressing that concept on the corporate establishment has taken a very long time. Trends in design are making their way into corporate web, albeit slowly; with patience and a little luck, businesses will soon start to consider carefully coded and appropriately functional design as important as their mission statement and recent sustainability reports.
One unfortunate fact is evident above all else: despite having plenty of money at their disposal, many corporations are lost in sterile MS Word-esque designs that are more stagnant than a museum exhibit… though at least museums have dinosaurs and mummies and stuff. Here’s hoping we all will get new corporate clients soon.
Below, we present some interesting corporate websites, although the insight they offer may not be immediately apparent. This review is not about aesthetics or visual appeal, but rather about the design solutions the sites exhibit. In fact, corporate websites aren’t as visually arresting as you might think, so if the appeal isn’t immediately apparent in the previews below, take a moment to visit and interact with each of them.