Designing and developing user interfaces that everyone, including people with disabilities, can independently consume and interact with. Both web and mobile design have been dominated by card-based UIs for several years now. Until recently, most of those cards were (mostly) sharp-edged and right-angled, exposing the geometry of their underlying divs in an almost modernist concern for the materials of web design. An intermediary format between design and engineering tools to enable more efficient, capable tooling for product teams generally and designers especially.

Key Takeaways:

  • A study on single websites and how they can work.
  • How will they approach the content in one page and make it sustainable?
  • It may not work as it is easier to navigate with bars.


“When you design a website like this, you’re basically dividing the home page into a different “page” for the site. And each of these “pages” needs to fit within the space of a standard hero image. Realistically, this means you can have a paragraph of text, a CTA, and an image in that space. Or a header and a video. Or a short intro with a portfolio or gallery.”

Read more: https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/single-page-websites-a-web-design-trend-worth-adopting/