When it comes to web design, all too often the bulk of creative focus is placed on the high profile components.
You know what I mean. The slider gets first dibs on all the best images not to mention judicious use of typography. The main navigation is gorgeous and of course the user “funnels” or calls to action have been stayed up so much that one can hardly resist not clicking on them.

But I suggest why not share some of that creative love with other elements on the page?
Now I’m not suggesting anything that would detract from or take away from the overall function of the web design. I’m simply¬† saying not to treat other elements like an illegitimate step child and tossing them the creative leftovers.

Here’s some examples of some cool approaches i found.

I hope this inspires your next web design!

 

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