Seams provides lovely transitions between content sections on your webpages. It contains over 50 static and dynamic seams that are a breeze to configure. All seams are SVGs in order to ensure that your webpages are crisp across all devices. Seams gives you full creative control by allowing you to overlay seams on top of each other, creating a custom seam just for your site.
Placing a seam on top of an image is going to be a very common use case for Seams. This is a nicer way to transition from an image to colored background than simply a boring straight line. Wouldn't you agree?
The below demo is done with Seams. The sky is three S-Curve seams overlaid on top of each other. On the bottom is a couple of S-Curve and Grass seams along with a Circle shape for the sun.
Seams can also be used in the background. This allows an even smoother transition between sections on a webpage.
There are many wonderful seams that ship out of the box. Below is a small sample of some of the seams available. All of these seams have settings that allow you to customize their shape, color and style.
Seams can do a lot more than what can be seen here. The number of possible seams that you could create is only limited by your imagination.