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Today’s I will be featuring 12 Great Examples of Flat Web Design but you may wonder what is actually “Flat Web Design?”, Well it just means designing without the gradients, pixel perfect shadows and skeuomorphism that’s been trending of quite a while.
With many site getting re-designed and new websites employing the flat design technique, the trend is appearing almost everywhere, both on websites and within app design. This technique has been made even more popular with the releases of Windows 8 and the new Google design, which includes a completely flat aesthetic.
Flat web design can be both beautiful and charming without lots of added embellishments, as it can be a clean and simple process to communicate a message or promote a product or an idea.
If you haven’t heard this great news that everyone’s favourite company Google has introduced the Google Font Directory and Google Font API. This is a free web service that allows website owners the ability to utilise other fonts outside of the Web-safe fonts infrastructure in an easy, convenient and efficient way.
Further more due to the operations that is being performed behind the scenes at google, these custom fonts will even be recognised all the way back to Internet Explorer 6 and I for one are extremely excited about the possibilities.This including the font catalog is surely to continue expanding over the coming years.
If you decide to use Google’s Font API, here are some of the things you’ll be able to take advantage of.
- Keep using HTML text
- Web accessible
- Using Google servers (save on bandwidth & caching benefits)