Website designing is one the most common developing field right now. An extensive number of websites enter the market daily and all the designers try to make their websites look different. There are many techniques that the designers adopt which sets their websites apart from the rest. One of those techniques is grid based websites. Such websites present information in a much more orderly fashion. The screen is divided into deliberate cells or grids to make the user view more in less space but in such a way that it never looks cluttered or over whelming. This method of presenting the information has not become very common but it’s a wonderfully engaging way to attract the viewers. Different cells provide different information and all the cells are artfully arranged over a great backdrop making the information more prominent. All these cells are also beautified to look extremely inviting. The key is to mix and match everything perfectly so they don’t look out of place but extremely well-synchronized which gives the website a touch of finesse.
Today we have showcased ingenious and unique grid-based websites to set your mind ablaze with ideas. Scour through our collection and get inspired to make your very own perfect looking grid-based design which will definitely stand-out-in-the-crowd.
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We wanted to portray all the McDonald’s customers moments to it’s best, give the user a great way to navigate and explore, as well as to make it available to all the devices. HTML5 infinite grid using canvas.
We create digital platforms and content for exceptional luxury, fashion and lifestyle brands.
Study of Art/Photography at Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig.Lives and works in Berlin and Leipzig.
Lucky Punk is a film production company with passion for what we do!
The original boutique hotel, Morgans Hotel Group, gets a new online home.
The new Goodby Silverstein & Partners website encourages browsing, allowing visitors to explore a wide range of work and news. User experience is enhanced by an intuitive.
Adam Hayes is an illustrator, designer and graduate of the Royal College of Art.
Personal portfolio for the Art & Creative Director Jan Finnesand.