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mdnadim35334
06. März 2022
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This website is rather unique and provides a great learning example of exceptional minimalism. When you land on the website, you are greeted with dripping oil and a short text message. In addition to these options, there is the explore button. The first impression you get from this front page is seriousness, with a dash of modernity. But then comes the really important part. After clicking the Explore button, you are not greeted with lines and text boxes explaining what map you are looking at. No, you get a globe to explore and click on, with filters placed to the side for deeper discovery. In this example, we not only see a really strong first impression example, but we see the importance of follow-up. When creating a minimal UI, keep in mind that every aspect of your website should blend together perfectly. In this way, you imprint the important and responsible effect in your service and/or product, and this is the ideal result. Lettuce & platform that uses whitespace effectively. 3. Lettuce & Co. We're slowly getting to the real deal (not that the previous examples weren't good). This event planning company strikes the real soft sweet of minimalism. If you think about Real Estate Photo Editing it, doing interior design or any other highly visual work requires your online representation to be accurate. And we can see from Lettuce's example that that professional vibe can absolutely carry over to your online efforts. A very relevant element of minimalism is used perfectly here. If you haven't guessed it yet, this is the ever so important skill of white space. Yes, as much as the elements that you put on your website are important, so are the elements that you DO NOT have.
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mdnadim35334
06. März 2022
In Allgemeine Diskussionen
Right off the bat, we have Twitter's infamous bird. We can't help but mention this smart symbol because of its simplicity and elegance. When this social network became widely used, the design was simple, but a bit clunky. The logo featured the word "Twitter" and the bird logo was pretty much obsolete at the time. Soon after, things started to change. The user interface has become increasingly simple. And let's not forget the 140 character restriction (now double that size) to get your point across. The whole design tried to be simple and minimal, but it just missed the mark. This system smacks of “be efficient and do it fast” minimalism. But with recent updates, this design truly epitomizes creative minimalism. Now there are more things we can learn from this service. For example, the decision to redo the "favorite" icon from a star to a heart is a great example of useful simplification. Since the user should spend less time exploring the site as possible, changing the icon to a heart shape was ideal. more efficiently. Moreover, the sleek list of tweets from friends and brands along with smart images and a clean interface make Color Correction Service it a design that draws you in with elegance and sophistication. This interface is inherently intuitive and was designed with consumers in mind, and the infusion of minimalist elements like the white space in its home section and the beautiful organization of titles in its discovery section completes the circle of minimalist design. . GSM Minimalist Website Design This moody, dark and simple screen instantly attracts users. 2. The World Oil Map (via GSM London) Now on to a slightly more business-related topic – a somewhat odd example of a user interface, related to crude oil imports and exports.
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