Top 10 Trends in Web Design for E-Commerce in 2016
10. Great backgrounds Large photographs and videos in the background became a trend for e-commerce sites in 2015. This helps brands to tell their story, and also allows you to…

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Choosing the best background for your site
Communication with the audience Choose an image related to your business to make the visitor feel something positive and create an emotional connection with your brand. If you want to…

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How to choose the right color scheme for the site? (part 5)
Type 2 - Corporate sites and services When creating a corporate resource, one goal is pursued - the promotion of goods or services. Depending on what the purpose of your…

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16 best examples of website homepage design (part 3)

14) Basecamp

For a long time, Basecamp pages have been amazing and here you can understand why. They always have spectacular headlines and clever animations;
The call to action is in bold and is located at the top of the page;
In this case, the company chose a blog-like homepage that provides much more product information.
15) charity: water

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How to choose the right color scheme for the site? (part 5)
Type 2 - Corporate sites and services When creating a corporate resource, one goal is pursued - the promotion of goods or services. Depending on what the purpose of your…

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Complete Web Animation Guide (part 3)
Step 44 Select beach icons with captions and group them. Rename the group to ‘features’: Step 45 Select the Free Shape tool. In the list of Figure options, select the…

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How to create a mockup flyer in Photoshop?
In this article, I will show you some advanced Photoshop tools that we will use to create a flyer layout (mocap). We will use smart objects for placeholders, the "Transformation"…

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16 best examples of website homepage design (part 1)
1) The design of the home page clearly answers the question “Who am I?”, “What am I offering?” And / or “What can the user do here?” If you represent…

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