I’ve got a new stack…Popper stack.
Popper allows you to bring a lot of visual interest to your website by adding patterned areas to break up blocks of content. It’s especially good used in conjunction with images but can be used with any stack (or group of stacks).
There are 3 basic building blocks that you can use to create your patterns (dots, blocks or checks) and these can be used either on their own or combined to create more elaborate patterns. Below are examples using these 3 basic elements. In the stack there are numerous options for editing these - e.g. colour, size, pattern size, placement etc:
Popper allows you to either ‘frame’ your content or ‘divide’ it with these patterned elements. Below are a couple of examples of framed images.
If you look at these images on the Popper web page you will (hopefully) see that they break up the blocks of content nicely and bring a level of visual interest to the image (and the web page) that may have been missing otherwise. On the web page you will also see many more examples of framed and divided content.
If you like what you see then, until 18th Jan, you can get 30% off with the code
Any feedback or questions welcome.
(Shaking the Habitual)
p.s. Happy New Year too ;)