Web Design 3.0

The Birth of Web Design 3.0

Starting in 2016, we began to notice ideas from Print Design to appear regularly on web page designs on Pinterest, Behance, and Dribbble. Those new web designs differed with:

Free positioning.
Element overlapping.
Breaking the limitations of Bootstrap-like Grids.
It meant the birth of Web Design 3.0!

In the summer of 2016, 83 Oranges (https://83oranges.com/) presented the article titled: “Web Design Trends.”

The author identified the following style in Web Design:

Text Over Image
Overlapping Images
Vertical Text & Super Clean Layouts
Uneven Grid Galleries
Here Images with Big Headlines
Abstract Brand Elements


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Interesting reading Auguste.

I would love to see FWx with built-in support for this sort of design:


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Unless you’re relying on pre-made Freeway templates what you can build in Freeway 7 is only limited by your imagination and your skills/knowledge. Working from a Freeway blank canvas using HTML/CSS, incorporating javascript effect and maybe php for dynamic features you can take Freeway a very long way. Even a site like https://shorthand.com.

This is why Freeway 7 is still in my toolbox to build Custom sites. It will be interesting where they take Freeway X. More or similar Freeform HTML/CSS? Or more templated built in features like Blocs provide.

On 7 Feb 2019, at 14:04, grantsymon email@hidden wrote:

I would love to see FWx with built-in support for this sort of design:
https://shorthand.com

David Owen
http://www.davidowendesign.com

Creative Design | Print Production | Web Design & Strategy | Domains & Web Hosting


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