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Published on: 7/30/2015 3:31 PM
When a site has a creative banner and understandable tabs, it is effective and user-friendly, but does it get lost within the hundreds of other neatly styled sites and blogs?
Today it might. Users are looking more for websites making bolder statements. Popular designs now have a photograph or short video as the entire backdrop and large-sized text superimposing it. Check out: Born’s design.
Why this is happening is probably because of the creation of the newsfeed that everyone is getting more and more acclimated to. Almost everyone posts with a photo or video and a short description. The act of scrolling has increased because of how Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr function, and have therefore influenced web design. On the mobile side, Snapchat has probably made it in your--if not daily then hourly routine—of things to do when you’re on your phone: click on the sender’s name and a photo or video blankets your entire screen with an emphatic large-sized...