Yesterday I tweeted few words about "white space", it got some attention and I received emails asking more about it, so I decided to design a simple page and write a short post as an answer.
You can read it at http://oykun.com/journal/white-space/
Ah, and you can view this choppy gif as @2x. I wish I could make it fluent.
You can also follow me on Twitter for more stuff like this.
about 1 year ago
@Jacob Thompson just do it "now".
Wise words, still lots of people that think cramming as many elements as possible in the "fold" is the way to go.
Great post :)
@Gijs Rogé exactly, it is not about giving more, it is about giving what matters the most. People have no time to waste...
Great post! If you animate the gif in After Effects, it will be much more smooth :)
@Søren Clausen thanks. I always hear about After Effects which I have never tried. I gotta give it a try for sure.
@Søren Clausen I never knew that! Awesome tip, thanks!
@Oykun I love what you did here. I have been toying around with the idea of writing some posts and designing different layouts to suit the content. This seems like a similar approach. Looks great!
Great post as always dude! You're on fire! Also - white space ftw.
Nice article and agree to your exemple. Thumbs up ;)
Really great post buddy!
@Michael J. Morgan @Lumen Bigott @Emrah Demirag @Julien Lambé Thanks folks!
Great article, great site!
@Tim Parker Thanks mate! Trying to break my ice, you know what I mean :)
Great post and a wonderfully clear example on there using the dots - great stuff!
Great article! But it'll be great to see other examples other than the obvious google one ;)
Wonderful article. Thoughts that I hope we can continue to move forward with and teach clients the value of.
Great reading! Forwarding my recent client. :)
@Jonathan Atkinson thanks. happy to hear it was clear!
@NetBramha Studios Thanks. I wanted to keep this post as short and simple as possible. An obvious example makes it easier for all.
@Zach Hink Exactly! Thanks btw.
@Ozan Tortop lol!
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