They say that content is king. However, how you present it is pretty important too — no more so than when it’s the main heading on your page. This collection of headline typography should provide some ideas for a more creative approach to designing this most important of page elements. Read More
Tabbed boxes are a useful way to present several types of similar content within a small or fixed area. Often found in the sidebars of blogs or news sites, they enable designers to group related content together and to prevent it from descending too far down the page.
Pricing tables are a challenge for the designer because of the critical role they play in the sign-up process. They have to convey a large amount of data and must do so in an easy-to-understand form. They must also clearly differentiate between the features of various pricing plans and guide the user to pick the most appropriate plan. Read More
For such a simple user interface element the search box is an important point of user interaction on a website. In order to be effective, the search box should be easily visible, in a location consistent with other websites, and with enough space for the user to enter their query and still read it. Read More