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Interface layouts

Harvested some interesting websites that each have a unique approach to their current contexts. The new trend, as you can see is all about ‘black/gray/white’ which are making a return as the favored color for contrast.

Do you think minimalist / empty is the new full?

Working on a new website? Don’t go dark – do something like Toko Design. Show your best work in a one-page with a proeminent contact link.

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Large negative expanses (white space), simple top text navigation to projects and huge visuals to show off capabilities as This Studio did.

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Got to make your visitors choose between two different sections? Make sure to use as Counter-Print did, explicit text with no ambiguities.

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Super confident in your work? Then use merely a slideshow with easy next / previous links. Make sure clicking images takes to a more detailed section of the projects as Build did.

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Use large black blocks for navigation and smaller lines to create an elegant minimalist effect to seperate sections as Subtraction did.

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An excellent idea to put emphasis on the latest project delivered as Iain Claridge Studio did. Playing off grayscales affords a nice neutral interface.

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Lastly, only dare using pop-ups windows if you have no other way to show a large portfolio as did Studio Newwork did.

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