The use of sliding boxes to display dynamic content has become very popular over the past couple years to pull aside content and let users know you want them to view it. The trend among web designers is to use these fairly simple actions to display featured designs in their portfolio. It looks like designers are moving away from flash (I realize there are still those who love it) for dynamic content in web design, and using other alternatives to create the same effects in a more compatible, and efficient way. Here are a few examples of creative uses of slider boxes within websites.
James Lai Creative
Galan – Interactive Media
Crush + Lovely
Large Images Catch the Eye
There is nothing like getting right up in your face with a large vibrant image. This will always pull the viewers eye into what you want them to see. There are plenty of bad ways to do this, but when done right, you can create something beautiful. Here are some practices of using large thumbnails, or images, to draw the view into the site.
Andrew Bradshaw Media
Typography can be a beautiful thing. I’ve shown you , and now it’s time to display how you can make a visually appealing featured area based around type design. As simple as these are, it can be a real feat to create. Simple is not always the easiest choice, but here are some beautiful examples of it working with typography to get your message across.
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This was written by Matthew Heidenreich