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By spoongraphics
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Published: Nov 04 2013 / 12:00

I do a fair bit of trend spotting while I’m browsing for cool website designs to feature in my Sites of the Week roundups. One popular design trend I’ve noticed is becoming more and more popular is the split layout, where the page is divided vertically into two halves to display separate areas of content. Often these two halves are contrasting with light and dark colour schemes and allow the user to make a decision on the type of content they want to see. This post rounds up 10 great examples of websites boasting this vertical split layout. I wonder if we’ll start to see it become more common in the near future.
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sbp_romania replied ago:

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The split layout technique can be used with great success, but only by someone who has a good sense of design and functionality, because, as someone said, "Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works. - Steve Jobs"

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