The hierarchy, as a rule, resembles a vertical structure. We can use min-width and max-width media queries, but we can also use min-height and max-height queries. In my opinion, in the menu of the site of the museum of geological finds, the vertical and horizontal components of the layouts are perfectly balanced:
Adaptive navigation menu on the site of the museum of archaeological finds. It is adjusted by the height of the layout. When a certain minimum viewing window height is reached, the navigation moves to the top of the screen to avoid cropping the menu.
On wide screens, the navigation menu is located on the left edge of the layout and covers the entire height of the viewport. You may notice that they use a flexible window model, or flexbox. This property allows items to automatically fill in the space reserved for them when the menu gets taller or shorter. At the same time, menu items are scaled vertically, but when a certain minimum value of width or height is reached, the menu moves to the top of the page. Continue reading
The first logo (top) is not suitable, because it looks too fun / unprofessional;
The second logo is simply “stupid”, in addition, you should not choose a font for the logo that already contains a shadow;
The third logo with curls is too “torn”;
Calligraphic logos are usually outdated, especially this one, with strange “drops” flowing down;
The last logo is hard to read. Remember, the logo should be easy to read.
Here are some examples of a good choice of font to make before creating your logo:
All of these logos, with the exception of 4 and 6, are largely similar;
Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 5 are all simple and “serious” in appearance; Continue reading