Disneyland has negative space built into their park where you could step out of the traffic for a second and breathe if you needed to. Web design should be no different. The user needs a little bit of room to breathe, your design needs a little bit of room to breathe and we all know the importance of negative space in design – you don’t want your site to feel cluttered, cramped and disorganized (like Universal Studios).
We love the AIGA website‘s use of negative space, one of the sites mentioned in the piece. Read the whole piece over at Codrops. Post your favorite examples of good white space use on the web in the comments!