Different Web Design Style Guides
Designing a website can be tricky. Not only it includes technical knowledge, it should be accompanied with creativity. When you already have the skills, explore the hidden features of web designing. Take time to research. Consider using some proven guidelines like Material Design from Google, BBC Global Language Experience, Mozilla Style Guide, and so on. There are many of them. To help you, here’s an infographic presented by Utah Sites. It features some reliable web design style guides.
Visual Communication - 40%
Design - 45%
Content/Script - 40%
Usability - 50%
This piece identifies some popular web design styles with the goal of encouraging readers to use those interfaces. The web design styles are very recognizable, but it's also unclear whether the full brand guides are available for public use or whether these references should be used as models. Some of the photographs reference the brand being referenced, but as there's a variety of photography, icon, and illustration, the visual goals here aren't defined. Each brand is identified in the point headline, which is helpful. However, there's way too much explanatory content to be easily consumed by a reader. Overall, this piece needs much more brevity and focus to achieve its desired impact. We'd give this an F.