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We continue to discuss the topic of navigation in web projects. After reviewing examples of bread crumbs, we decided today to talk about the so-called hamburger menu. There was a time when this element brought freshness and novelty to user interfaces on mobile devices. This icon has become not only an integral part of top mobile applications, but has also begun to be actively used in site headers (in adaptive versions and not only). It got to the point that the menu began to appear even where it was completely inappropriate. As a result, the criticism collapsed on the hamburger menu button, and the former favorite became the culprit in the controversy. Continue reading
The generation of two thousandths is known for its habit of browsing information on websites in a matter of seconds, making the decision to stay or go out. Competing projects should know exactly how to collect and retain the audience, or they risk remaining in the shadows. In an effort to attract the attention of the masses, for example, using the parallax effect, many also decided to introduce an endless scrolling. This approach has been actively used over the past few years, and examples of very popular social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram only confirm its effectiveness. Continue reading
Actual trends in the design of logos 2017 did not become some special revelation. Similar to the main trends of web site design, they are rather a continuation and development of what users have already seen last year. This question is quite well addressed in the Bill Gardner’s 2017 Logo Trends note, so we decided to prepare a translation of the publication.
Update 02/18/2018: We invite you to see a new article on the topic – about the tendency of logos for 2018. Looking ahead, we can say that some of the techniques remained unchanged, but there are also original ideas. Continue reading