Believe me, I'm Web 2.0One of the features of Web 2.0 technology is the ability for users to fill content by themselves. Users can themselves and build a design, give their recommendations, require changes, but before the user starts using any service, he must be sure that he got on a friendly and convenient site of a new generation. The design of the site should tell everything for you.
Green instead of grayLight and juicy tones dominate in Web 2.0. Green is the unofficial gray color of Web 2.0. This does not mean that they should be limited: dull orange, bluish and pink tones are also in fashion. Bright tones delight the eye and attract ATTENTION to certain elements, so do not fill the entire page with them so that users can not stumble on an important button for a split second.
Rounded corners are now everywhereNew CSS technologies allow you to actively use rounded corners for any complexity of web design elements. The friendliness of the rounded corners still creates a sense of comfort and informality for many Web 2.0 sites.
Moreover, having analyzed a lot of logos of the strongest players in the market, I can, that the most successful logos also have rounded ends.
Free of charge everything!Is free! All free! How happy the user is by finding a useful resource for him free of charge. Moreover, if your project is devoted to such areas as real estate, badges "FREE" or "Free" only more interested in visitors and indicate the generosity of Web 2.0.
No photosNo, now the satisfied faces of businessmen holding a suitcase with bucks are out of fashion. Not in fashion by themselves photos. Web 2.0 sites are created mainly on unpretentious colorful pictures with gradients, palette tones, gleams, glass effects. If you use more and 3D, then it will give a special glamor.
Smile, sonMost Web 2.0 projects have support for additional technological or organizational layers. Share links from Delicious, distribute photos from organize tasks with Backpack - all this confronts the user with the perfect workflow, speeds up and makes the management process convenient Content. A good Web 2.0 is easy as a matchbox, and easy to handle, like a computer mouse, and the right design and copywriting (protecting your own material rights) can free up all paths to distribution and content viewing. Reasonable use of space, color and copyright can greatly simplify the project plan.
Big beautifulAccording to Web 2.0 experts, the more, the better. Text of large size and point. Large font is easy to catch and allows you to easily perceive information. And, probably, you forgot that every letter, every symbol has its beauty. Beautiful and large text is the right choice of a Web 2.0 designer.
Freedom and spaceThe content of Web 2.0 pages can be called minimal. Do not spare the place! Add room! White space is psychologically attractive, allows you to relax your eyes and divides the content by priority. Use the minimum. Do not take an example with KM.RU, see below.
Unnecessary partsThere are certain trends in Web 2.0 that are not of significant significance. Such elements as "wet table", glitters and glass buttons, can be ignored, but they still play a certain highlight in the design of Web 2.0.