Last week, I have written a post about symmetrical web design. Some might argue that symmetry is boring and less creative, so I am showing you a bunch of asymmetrical web designs here, which is fairly popular in web design now.
Asymmetry is the absence of symmetry. Throughout the years, people’s aesthetic standard has changed much. More prefer the art of asymmetry now. Take a look at the modern buildings, especially those art museums and famous landmarks around you and you will know that what I am saying does make sense.
Now enjoy the asymmetrical art in these 30 web designs.
Although the technical explanation of asymmetry is opposite of that of symmetry, the two actually coordinate with each other perfectly.
I would like to use an Indian beauty to demonstrate the fine result of the two working together. The world knows that Indian women are fond of wearing all kinds of accessories, earrings, anklets, bracelets and necklaces. All these come in pairs, which can be apprehended as symmetry. A noticeable scene is that they wear nose rings, too, only on one side of their nose, which is, asymmetry. Apart from this, the most distinctive feature is the traditional outfit—sari.
What’s your understanding of asymmetry and symmetry? I will be glad to know.