Website designers don’t often use a multi-column format. The column layout is a holdover from print design (think: magazines). It can be hard to build, from a code point of view. And it certainly doesn’t work for all content. But when it does work—as in this example of a portfolio website for an editorial design studio in Bogota, Colombia—it can be a really effective way to pack in lots of content. In this website, bold headings and the rule lines under the titles lend a strong hierarchy to the content that makes the page easy to scan. Even better, the website’s design is absolutely appropriate to the type of work that Rey+Naranjo specializes in.
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