Searching for ideas to help your website stand out among the competition? Look no further! Check out these 45 creative ideas to help get your creative website design juices flowing!
Using large and impactful visuals:
1. Use a large, high-resolution image as the background for the website.
2. Use large images to showcase products or services on the website.
3. Use an impactful image or video in the header or hero area of the website.
4. Use large images to tell a story on the website.
5. Use images to create visual interest and contrast on the website.
6. Use images to break up text and add visual interest to blog posts or articles on the website.
7. Use infographics to convey information in a visually appealing way on the website.
8. Use charts and graphs to display data in a visually compelling way on the website.
Using unique fonts and typography:
9. Use a unique font for your website’s header to make it stand out.
10. Use a different font for your website’s navigation to help visitors find their way around.
11. Use unique fonts for different sections of your website to help visitors find what they’re looking for.
12. Use unique fonts for different kinds of content on your website, such as headings, paragraphs, and lists.
13. Use a unique font for your website’s logo to make it more recognizable.
14. Use unique fonts for different buttons on your website, such as “Buy Now” or “Subscribe.”
15. Use unique fonts for different forms on your website, such as contact forms or sign-up forms.
16. Use a unique font for your website’s search box to help visitors find what they’re looking for quickly and easily.
17. Use a unique font for error messages on your website so that visitors know when something has gone wrong.
18. Use a unique font for any special instructions on your website so that visitors know exactly what they need to do.
Using minimalistic design elements:
19. Use a simple color scheme with two or three colors.
20. Use clean, sans-serif fonts.
21. Use plenty of white space to create a spacious and airy feel.
22. Stick to a grid layout to keep things organized and easy to scan.
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23. Use large, high-quality images that are relevant to your content.
24. Keep your navigation menu simple and easy to understand.
25. Create clear and concise content that is easy to read and digest.
26. Use icons sparingly, only when they genuinely add value or help with understanding the content better.
Using animation and motion graphics:
27. When creating a website for a business, use animation and motion graphics sparingly to avoid overwhelming visitors with too much information at once.
28. Use animation and motion graphics to draw attention to important sections of your website, such as the navigation bar or contact information.
29. Use animation and motion graphics to add visual interest to your website without making it look cluttered.
30. Use animation and motion graphics to highlight key features of your website, such as an online store or booking system.
31. Use animation and motion graphics sparingly on your homepage to avoid overwhelming visitors with too much information at once.
32. Use animation and motion graphics on inner pages of your website to guide visitors through your content in an engaging way.
33. Use animation and motion graphics on blog posts or articles to add visual interest and break up text-heavy pages.
34. Use animated GIFs sparingly on your website to avoid making it look too busy or cluttered.
35. Only use video backgrounds on your website if they are high-quality and contribute to the overall design in a positive way.
Using bright and contrasting colors:
36. Use a bright color for your website’s background and a contrasting color for your text.
37. Use a bright color for your website’s header and a contrasting color for the rest of the page.
38. Use different colors for different sections of your website to help users navigate.
39. Use bright colors to highlight important information on your website.
40. Use contrasting colors to make buttons and links stand out on your website.
41. Use different colors for different types of content on your website (e.g., use one color for blog posts and another color for product pages).
42. Use bright colors to create visual interest and contrast on your website.
43. Experiment with different color schemes on your website until you find one that you like and that is easy to read/navigate.
44. Take into consideration the psychological effects of colors when choosing the colors for your website (e,g, blue is often associated with calmness while red is associated with excitement).
45. Have fun with it! There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to using color on websites, so don’t be afraid to experiment!