IT seams like on of the trends in Web Designs currently is using Bokeh Effects for Background designs. I have to admit that I like it a lot if it is used right. So what is Bokeh? In photography, bokeh is the blur in out-of-focus areas of an image. Bokeh occurs for parts of the scene that lie outside the depth of field. In web design it is not any type of bokeh that is being used but in particular the kind of Bokeh you will get from drops of water reflecting light while not being in focus. Some would also claim that Bokeh of this kind could look like blood cells under extreme magnification. What over it is being photographed or if the bokeh is simply synthetic and created in Photoshop it makes website backgrounds look really dynamic and appealing. This post showcase excellent examples of Bokeh inspired web design and then provide a large list of Bokeh textures that you can use yourself. Share your site or just one you know if it’s missing in this article.
Examples of Bokeh Used in Webdesign
Awesome Bokeh Textures for Web designers
OK if you also like Bokeh why not use it in your own designs? Below you will find all the textured you need to get started,