Web Design 2.0

Web industry enjoyed a large and vibrant potential. A new generation of `dotcoms "is now handed a huge potential for expression and development of this concept of Web 2.0.

So, In-Picture.com  aims to relaunch the business and will strengthen your image by redesigning your online visiting card: a clear, direct, powerful, vertically, trustworthy message.

Here are a couple factors underlying Web design 2.0:

  • simplicity
  • Central layout
  • fewer columns
  • Separate top section
  • gradient
  • Easy navigation
  • bold logos
  • text with large fonts
  • strong colors
  • bold text introductions
  • reflections
  • attractive icons

Of course, not all of these specifications can be found in a website, because we, In-Picture.com , believe that basic element in building a site, it is common sense. Create a web page requires great sensitivity on the items. A good solution for web design consists in balancing them, which often are in opposition.

We now choose some aspects of those listed above, to emphasize even more what means the web design 2.0.

"uses as few resources as possible to reach your goals"
Web design 2.0
 is easier than ever, which is good. 
Web 2.0 is centered, clean, simple.
Why is simplicity good?

  • Web sites have targets and goals
  • Visitors attention is a finite resource
  • Is the designer's job to help visitors find what they seek
  • Certain elements on the page draw attention. The more elements on the page, the harder it will be for the visitor to emphasize the most important
  • Therefore, you need a certain clear "silent" communication of the information we want to expose.

How? Here are two important issues to deal with simplicity:
1. remove all unnecessary elements, without sacrificing effectiveness
2. Alternatives with the same result, but much simpler.
When carrying out the design, remove all unnecessary visual elements.
Focus  mainly on layout areas that are less relevant for the purpose of the page, because visual activity in these areas will distract attention from key content.
Use visual detail - lines, words, shapes, colors - to communicate relevant information, not just to decorate.
Simplicity means: to use so many pixels you need, whatever you need to facilitate communication and transmitting the desired message.
Whatever you say, choose wisely where you want to use color / pixel. Choose to communicate before anything else. Then ask yourself if you can communicate effectively with less. If you can, do it!
A bolded clear logo, show a strong brand attitude and tend to say "we are those". The logos must be distinct and easily recognized, written in easily readable fonts and characters that are not hard to read, identified and retained. The logo must represent the personality of the person who owns the page and should emanate quality first. Logosite must be unique and be displayed on all promotional materials, to create such a visual identity (logo design).
Large Text
Since quitting so many inefficient elements, there remains even more space!
The texts written in large are easy to read and thus you have an easily transmitted message, reading becomes fun and this will relax the visitor, making it more receptive to the message that is transmitted in the page!
If text of the paragraph beginning wil be bolded it will help draw attention of the visitor and it will only be a good item to consider by the Search Engines, that like this trick.
Using also vivid, strong, bright colours draws attention and is a clear distinction from the old style, common (and dusty!) and the design of the new web design 2.0.
Also effects such as: gradients, reflections, glow, icons with a simple but stylish design are other essential elements of the new Web 2.0 style.