A couple of weeks back, we talked about the flat design aesthetic. Just in case you missed it, here is how we described flat design, “Flat design means designing without the usual gradients, pixel perfect shadows, and skeuomorphism that’s been rampant in recent years to achieve what appears to be a ‘flat’ interface.”
And yes, just in case you haven’t yet jumped onto the flat web design bandwagon, today we have put together 20 awesome examples (plus some Dribbble shots) that illustrate beautifully the concept of ‘flat’ in web design.
…some ‘Flat’ Dribbble shots…
More on Flat Design…
What Skeuomorphism Is (And Isn’t)
Skeuomorph on Wikipedia
The Flat Design Era
On the “flat design” aesthetic
Is “Flat” UI design better?
The Flat Design Era – Discussion on Hacker News
The Flat Design Aesthetic on Hacker News