Web Design Guidelines

The web design focuses on visualizing the structure of the data being presented. It clearly signals the importance of a given element for the current page and supports the reader to easily navigate the site to the desired destination.

Buttons for links to other pages and buttons for actions or links to local parts of the current page have different looks and feels.

Buttons for links to other pages have a flat look and feel. The button's text is centered or aligned to the left. The buttons themselves should always be aligned to the left.

Buttons for actions should look and feel a bit like real buttons. This is done via round corners, a distinct border and a background with linear gradients, that simulate a 3D effect. The text of action buttons is centered, while the action buttons themselves are aligned to the right.