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Blurred image is a photography technique which can be used to enhance website designs. In recent years using blurred images has become a trend in graphic design.
People love the feeling of nostalgia which appears every time you see some retro fonts, washed out colors and black and white pictures. A lot of designers like to combine old and new: they are brave enough to incorporate old school style into their designs.
Eva-Lotta Lamm will be at Generate London in September, where she’ll host an all-day workshop on sketching interfaces. She’ll also be talking about how to kickstart your sketching skills; book today so as not to miss out!
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Its always in the web designers and design agencies best interest to keep abreast of new technologies and the latest trends in web design. Resources for stock images, fonts, and other design elements are constantly being expanded and improved upon, design tools are continually upgraded, and new productivity-promoting tools appear on the market nearly every day.
If you see two user experience designers talking to each other, the topic of discussion would most probably be revolving around “intuitive user interface”. For any design project these days, the foremost criteria is probably on how to make it intuitive.
The craft of building websites is incredibly complex with many fast-changing parts. The goal of the web design community is to lessen the complexity, and reduce the potential for error at each stage of the creation process.