Posts tagged as: web design

Web Design Inspiration Gallery #2

88and90, Lexington Avenue

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http://88and90lex.com/

 

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Webdesign Inspiration Gallery #1

Presenting our first showcase of favourite recent designs from around the web. Be inspired by them, as we are.

“To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research.” – Steven Wright

 

Michi ramen

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http://www.michiramen.com/

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Chinese and Other Non-Latin Typefaces for the Web – Google Noto to the Rescue

If you’re designing for multiple-language web interfaces, you’ll want to consider Google’s beautiful Noto typeface as a great starting point for non-English views.

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Google’s Noto typeface was designed specifically to support all scripts in the Unicode standard. It is a huge ongoing project that was released into the wild in 2013 to help with font support and consistency on their Android phones.

You can read about the rationale and learn more about it from Google’s own Material Design specifications.

While Google are using this in their mobile device interfaces, we can also use them to our benefit when designing and developing for screens, or even for print.

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The Irregular Grid – The Layout to End All Layouts

We’ve been using irregular grid layouts a lot recently. Of all the options for laying out items of content this one keeps asserting itself as the best tool for the job.

PINTEREST

And here’s why.

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Contemporary design: considerations for a modern web project process.

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In the age of responsive and animated websites, presenting and agreeing designs before moving to code is not what it once was.

Turtle Media project stages used to – and to a large extent still do – follow a Waterfall model, where we first gather requirements and preliminary assets and text, then create wireframes (if the site is warrants it. read why this company doesn’t).

Once we have agreed the structure and possess some project assets, we are ready to create mock-ups of the intended site design for approval. Typically we show key pages; perhaps the home page, a product or service page template, and a blog article page. These are delivered as JPG files, so they don’t move or adapt to different screens. Now that mobile audiences are increasing for virtually all types of websites, we show two versions of how each page will look: desktop and smartphone. Then we ask for approval to begin the coding.

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