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    • Huge logos and headers make visitors remember the website
    • http://ma.tt/
    • Just like big logos and headers, huge images leaves good impression on users.
    • http://www.werkstette.dk/
    • Oversized Footers will feature less important, but more personal information. They will contain random information, such as feed updates from social media.
    • http://oldloft.com/
    • gives a website a unique touch and personality
    • http://www.thecolorcure.com/
    • http://goglamping.net/
    • Slab typeface is commonly all capital letters and bold similar to wanted posters.
    • http://www.edgepointchurch.com/
    • Use larger, more exciting fonts in place of system text, mix different font styles, twist text.
    • http://www.elysiumburns.com/
  • http://stackoverflow.carsonified.com/
    • Used for personal profiles.
    • http://www.zachklein.com/
    • Personalize web pages in new and exciting ways, it doesn’t need a professional artist, all what is needed is a doodle sketching.
    • http://www.biola.edu/undergrad/
    • http://www.christiansparrow.com/
    • Embody a realistic view
    • http://kpucu.deviantart.com/art/Pastorant-Restaurant-71565329
    • http://downsign.deviantart.com/art/Book-Store-136542851
    • http://www.crowleywebb.com/
    • http://wearehughes.com/People.html
    • http://wonder-wall.com/#project/en
    • Blank space in web design reflects freshness.
    • http://www.kylestanding.com/
    • http://www.forrykt.com/
    • Reflect some old-fashioned trends, personalities and objects that had been an essential part of our lives in the past.
    • common graphic elements for such designs are:
    • Illustrations from old posters, movies, newspapers, CDs, ads.
    • old-style typography (e.g. Roman typefaces);
    • script fonts and handwriting;
    • old devices;
    • old cars, packaging, photos
    • http://www.targetscope.com/
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  • illustrations from old posters, movies, newspapers, CDs, ads; old-style typography (e.g. Roman typefaces); old radio device old car
  • Three dimensional shapes will give users the feeling of space and depth. Flat is out — stacking, layering, and popped or pushed elements are in. http://www.comcasttown.com/ http://www.level2d.com/
    • Used for information sites.
    • http://www.bmivoyager.com/
    • introducing business or website to visitors, ex: My name is …
    • http://www.alessandro-cavallo.de/
    • Used to make sure the most important information gets the attention it needs
    • http://osmondinteractive.com/
    • Mobile design is definitely going to be the future of web design
    • http://mashable.com/
    • The background trend is going to be replaced with subtle and texturized (particularly the light noise) background.
    • http://www.getballpark.com/
    • Small image that shows what the entire section is about.  Easy for people to recognize and people notice them quicker than text
    • http://deleket.deviantart.com/art/3D-Cartoon-Icons-Pack-III-43973428
    • http://www.silenzio.fr/
    • http://www.templatemonster.com/flash-templates/26272.html
    • Centered Orientation is considered better than left-oriented or liquefied, and allow scrolling has become accepted nowadays.
    • Use 3D effects moderately, Use strong colors moderately, Use cute Icons moderately; it’s not recommended to use too many attractive elements on the same page view (i.e. that appeals to the eye and draws the user’s attention).
    • Make the most important text on the page bigger than normal text.
    • More humor and personality
    • Reflective Text or Objects
    • Aqua Buttons
    • Flourishes
    • Comic Sans Font
    • Overused Stock Images; are images appear in most websites, even if clients request these types of stock images, but as designers, we have to show them what else is possible.
    • Auto-played Music; it’s wrong to impose music on visitors, because they may be listening to their own music
    • Splash Pages That Make the visitor Choose; Flash or HTML? Old site or new site? Full screen or normal screen? …Keep it simple and don’t give audience choices or they may choose to leave.
    • Intro with No Skipping Option
    • Puzzles
    • Globes
    • Light bulbs
    • http://webdesignledger.com/tips/web-design-trends-for-2010
    • http://www.webdesignerwall.com/trends/design-trends-predictions-in-2010/
    • http://www.webdesignfromscratch.com/web-design/current-style/#3dfx
    • http://webdesignledger.com/tips/most-used-and-abused-web-design-trends-of-all-time
    • http://www.slideshare.net/tijs/web-design-trends-for-2010
    • http://www.themeflash.com/current-web-design-trends-for-2009-2010/
    • http://blog.templatemonster.com/2010/01/26/help-us-choose-best-web-design-trends-2010-everyone-expert/