Essential Tips for Great Minimalist Web Design — Monday Masterclass

This Monday MasterClass we’re looking at Minimalist design, the perfect combination of great aesthetics and speed.
This episode covers a lot of valuable web-building information for all levels looking to learn about:

Why use Minimalist design 00:17
What Minimalist design is 01:02
How to use negative space 03:05
Using text to a minimum and make it a part of the design 04:45
What to look for when selecting images 05:47
Establishing clear visual hierarchy 07:06
The Nielson Group’s F-Shape pattern 07:20
Using different types of symmetry, or none at all (“Broken Grid”) 08:16
How to create a good minimalist color palette 10:04
When to use Minimalism as a design concept 12:15

Read more about Minimalism and how to create great Minimalist web designs in the in-depth post featured in this edition of Elementor’s Online Magazine:

\\ EXAMPLES USED in this MASTERCLASS (in order of appearance):
▸ WebNoord | https://www.webbnord.se
▸ Shira Leffel | https://www.shiraleffel.com/
▸ We Ain’t Plastic | http://weaintplastic.com/
▸ The Digital Artisans | https://thedigitalartisans.com/

▸ Examples of Modernist art from Wiki Art | https://www.wikiart.org/en/artists-by-art-movement/minimalism
▸ Examples of Modernist architecture from Dezeen.com | https://www.dezeen.com/tag/minimalist-architecture/
▸ Google Chrome icon via Google.
▸ Nielson Group’s F-Shape pattern | https://www.nngroup.com/articles/f-shaped-pattern-reading-web-content/
▸ Monday Masterclass: How to Use Custom Fonts on WordPress | https://youtu.be/l3ayGDxFFdE

\\ Tools we used in this Masterclass:
▸ Architect Project Page template | https://library.elementor.com/architect-projects/

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