When creating your website designs, one element that shouldn’t be overlooked is the footer. In fact you can use this space to add some appropriate functions and content, the following collection is a serie of websites that use the footer space awesomely.
I think everyone understands the importance of having an interesting and well designed header for their websites, whether that header is simple and minimalist, a glossy and gradient Web 2.0 inspired design, a busy but beautiful collage, or something else entirely. Indeed, in many ways, the header rules supreme.
Website footers have become more than just a place to put the copyright information and a few links. Now web designers are making full use of the footer as way to keep the visitor on the site longer. You will see from the examples below that this can be achieved by using clever placement of graphics and design elements along side links to additional content.
What happens when your visitors are done reading a post on your blog? Maybe they comment on the article, go read another one, click on an ad, get in touch with you, vote and share the post on social media sites, subscribe to your RSS feed, or… simply leave your site.
This post is a part for dzineblog’s interface design inspiration series, the series which focuses on inspiration on graphic user interface designs that will help you in enhancing your interface design skills,
Footers on web pages have evolved from being a simple section where you host your copyright information and additional links, to a multi-functional section where you can find a variety of site features such as twitter updates, a short bio of the author, and secondary navigation.