“Winners don’t do different things , they do things differently”
Aesthetics has somewhere or the other been one of the most sought after feature for every website developer. This is due to a matter of fact that the there is a seam when it comes to experimenting with technology. So, the very question which arises in front of us is that how to carve a niche of your website among the multitudes present out there.
The design being a form of an art is one of the most seamless entities which can be endlessly experimented. For instance, we are making an eCommerce website, we know that we will categorize products, give product description and add a payment gateway. Then what’s the difference between? The Difference comes only when your project the same things in a different manner.
One of the most productive outcomes of the design experimentation is minimalism. In short, this design technique means –
“Mind your business”.
In this design technique you need to stick to minimal design elements which are essential for websites. Though minimalistic expressions exist over a wide area, but it is quite a task for a web designer to excel in this genre of design.
This wasn’t to scare you at all, as impossible is nothing!
The essence of minimalism is in breaking down things into barest elements which are essential for design function. In short removing the unwanted elements which restrict the design to communicate exactly what it wants to convey is what minimalism implies.
After working on web designs for so long I won’t say that I have become the master of, it but certainly I can help a lot with the experience I have gathered while working on a varied range of projects. In this blog we will discuss some of the tips for crafting the best minimalistic design.
Learn to articulate more in less words
The word minimalist itself indicates ‘keeping things as minimum as possible’. Wherefore, in order to achieve this task in your web design you need keep unnecessary elements at bay which tend to cloud the actual sense of your website.
Nice insights on a great subject. I never thought about it the way you presented some of the artistic design ideas.