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Minimalism website Design and LAYOUT

Sometimes stripping away all the gimmicks and fancy elements from our layouts and focusing on the core design principles can result in a much more aesthetically pleasing web design.

A minimalist web design is not for every company or every industry, but when it fits in with the goals of a website, it can have many benefits.

Minimalism has been popular for years and is starting to gain recognition not just in design, but in the way people are choosing to live their lives. It seems the 21st century is one where people prefer purging to hoarding, and clean spaces and design are a welcome refuge from the busyness and unpredictability of everyday life.

A minimalist website has so many benefits

  • Faster load time.
  • Fewer server resources.
  • They don't take as long to design.
  • They don't overwhelm visitors.
  • Easier to navigate.
  • Website files are much smaller than average.

For example, a sports website that portrays an activity with much action and movement such as basketball or football would not want to employ a minimalist design. However, a sport that requires grace and concentration, such as ice-skating or gymnastics might do very well with a minimalist design.

AArt Design look towards minimalism to elegantly showcase my portfolio works. I've put together a small gallery of minimalist layouts which you can check out.

Definition of minimalism

Minimalism is a commonly adjusted technique for web and mobile design. When you strip a layout of everything except key elements you begin to understand minimalist design patterns.

Essentially, minimalism is about breaking things down to the barest elements necessary for a design to function. It's about taking things away until nothing else can be removed without interfering with the purpose of the design.

Less is more

"Less is more" is probably the most well-known catch phrase of the minimalist movement. It was popularized by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in describing the minimalist aesthetic.

In web design, less is more is achieved by using only elements that are necessary to a given design. Using less to achieve an effect that's more than the sum of the design's parts is the goal.

Conclusion

My cost-effective, carefully crafted design solutions meet different budgets for a number of clients.

Every website project AArt Design take on, is different and so are my clients and their requirements. AArt Design complete designing and development in six stages.

Please take some time to browse through my Potfolio Showcase, and if you are happy with what you see hit the contact button to contact with me.

Please contact me with your requirements and I will be happy to quote your website design for you.

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