John Han Web Inspiration Shots by John Han

Inspirational web hero page shorts every week (minimum). Personal project to consistently experiment, explore, and practice web designs.

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Oshizushi

May 08, 2019

Inspiration Shot #27 - Oshizushi Went for a modern, clean, and welcoming vibe. Wanted to keep the design feel very horizontal overall, and keep everything colourful. Photo Credits at: http://www.jabistro.com

Sail Boat

March 26, 2019

Inspiration Shot #26 - Sea Boat Wanted to avoid my usual habit of having text on one side, and image on the other. Centered the hero image, and wanted to keep a fresh colour balance of the orange and blues. Photo Credits at: https://u...

Lamp

March 05, 2019

Inspiration Shot #25 - Lamp First shot to a full web redesign project I'll be working on over the next few weeks. Kept the colour palette very light, and went for an elegant look overall. Played around with flat design as usual to creat...

Plant - Final

February 16, 2019

Inspiration Shot #24 - Plant - Final Really liked the first plant design I've done, and took a shot at creating interactions on Principle. First interaction design I've done, and found it surprisingly easy to learn. Will be practicing m...

Plant 2

February 15, 2019

Inspiration Shot #24 - Plant 2 Few more screens of the Plant inspiration project I'm currently designing interactions of. Photo Credits at: https://www.shopterrain.com

Plant

February 15, 2019

Inspiration Shot #24 - Plant Been really liking a lot of block-grid based designs over the week. My take on a modern plant theme web design with nice sans serifs. Photo Credits at: https://www.shopterrain.com

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Valentine

February 10, 2019

Inspiration Shot #23 - Valentines Valentine is around the corner, and this is my take a Valentine themed web shot. Kept the colours cute, a little elegant, and focused on a gift idea concept. Photo Credits at: https://www.godiva.com

Earbuds

February 07, 2019

Inspiration Shot #22 - Earbuds First inspiration web shot with wider dimensions to better match the standards and design. Went for a nice sleek black and white design. Went for a bigger header, and a bolder feel. Photo Credits at: htt...

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