Visual appeal is what meets the eye.
Here's an awesome collection of 100 Hand-drawn web design elements. These design elements are a perfect fit to make your blog website design more appealing and eye-catchy.
Use them to:
- Tell about yourself in a thoughtful way
- Showcase what you offer in an attractive style
- Create the first lasting impression
- Get a new professional appeal & look
- Save your precious time
Sneak peek into these hand-drawn web design elements from Freepik
Few crucial tips for your website design:
Space: Use space in between line of text. Space is one of the most important design tools because it dictates everything—from flow, to readability.
Simple Navigation: Keep navigational menus to a minimum so you don’t overwhelm users. Navigation does not need to be complicated. It should be easy to identify and easy to use.
About Us: Tell your users who you are and what you do. Use the About Us page to give your brand a little personality. Consider including photos of your team and a short company biography.
Contact Information: Add contact information to all static headers and/or footers. Having contact information such as a phone number, physical address, or form to contact the website owner adds legitimacy to your site and business.
Call-to-Action: Make calls to action obvious. Placement should be in a highly visible part of the page and next to the item it relates to.
Search: Design a simple box that lives at the top of your website for search. Make sure the box is big enough to type terms from your website.
Information footer: Add informational footer on each pae of your website. Some of the best footers combine many of the above elements. The footer is often a repeat of elements found elsewhere such as adding search to the top of the page in the main navigation and again in the footer.
- Delivered as an instant download
- Available in .AI/ .EPS/ .JPG and .TXT formats
- You are free to use for personal & commercial purposes
- You can share it and modify it but its necessary to credit the original creation as "designed by freepik.com"