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Bei einem kürzlichen Gespräch mit einer Kundin über das Thema Gastronomie, reflektierte sie: „In dieses Restaurant bin ich noch nie essen gegangen, weil mich die präsentierten Bilder nicht angesprochen haben.“

Ein anderer Kunde sah einige Food-Fotos bei uns im Fotostudio und wollte sofort wissen, in welchem Restaurant diese aufgenommen wurden. Er hat dort auch gleich einen Tisch gebucht.

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Mobile Design

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

Web Design

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

3D Design

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

Web Design Trends: the New Flat

Just when every designer in the world was sure that he has figured out everything about the trendy flat design, things changed and professionals began talking about Flat 2.0. In case you never tested yourself by delving into designing a flat design project…

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

The Importance of Micro-Content

The tiniest parts of a design project can be the biggest ones in overall importance. This is a fact which we all know conceptually, right? But just ask yourself, how often do you see yourself just filling in these details at the last minute? Do you underestimate the micro-content in your…

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

The Essential of Color Balance & Contrast

Is your design project lacking that special flavor to stand-out? It’s highly probable that the thing it’s missing is enough colors contrast. A color contrast provides a vital difference between elements, highlighting each one of those and making it look more individual, bright and unique…

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

The Public Perception of Design

The public is more familiar with bad design than good design. It is, in effect, conditioned to prefer bad design, because that is what it lives with. The new becomes threatening, the old reassuring. So, which one will become the…

In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

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In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface… There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

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In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

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In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

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In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.

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In fact, it takes a lot of effort to create a completely user-friendly, intuitive & efficient web interface…

There’s definitely a great amount of unorthodox UI solutions that can be found today. Especially with thousands of SAAS websites and thousands of interactively designed blogs, e-stores online… We’ve researched just a few of those and here’s what we found out about top 5 UIs. All of which were recently implemented by the big web players.

We tried to examine as many examples as possible and we found a profound evidence of a pattern. An evidence that a majority of big web players is NOT afraid to approach UI design with unorthodox, fun and engaging solutions. So, the list starts with a great Interaction on MailChimp’s website. The way they make sending a first email marketing campaign a fun and engaging experience (as it is indeed) – is remarkable. Great way of playing it cool with your audience.

Web interfaces of all kinds came a long way since their first years in the 1990s. In fact, the difference in 2010 & 2017 UI/UX is just as drastic… Brian Williamson

Another example of taking an ordinary User Interface detail and turning it into a marvelous experience for a website visitor! This one was found inside a UI of the Slack messenger service. It’s available both as a web version and a separate, cross-OS application. The nice touch is that when you enter a HEX color code there (e.g. #ff3333) – the messenger will display it for you instantly in a separate little box.

This is a small detail, still feels like an extra mile that the service is willing to go to make life easier for its users. Did you know, that Google Maps have a little easter egg UX feature about the shadows? If you’re looking at any building or a landmark on Google Maps – the service will display shadow it casts. In real time! All accordingly to a time of the day.