Every year, Web design grows and so many awesome things are being published daily, When thinking about website design, you must consider the full spectrum of possibilities that the internet presents. We push your website designimagination limits on globle scale.
Recently, we have seen a surge in popularity of responsive web design, as more and more sites join the drive to become ‘mobile ready’ which is now even more important in the wake of Google’s Mobile Friendly update.
While everyone is reflecting on the year that was and looking ahead to the year that will be, let’s take a look at some of the best website design trends we will likely see when we turn the calendar to 2016. You can view them all on one page here.
Large Background Images Trend
Stock photos still play a major role in digital communication, whether it’s an eCommerce store, portfolio or blog. People use images to engage more with users and illustrate the message they are trying to send.
Video Background Web Design Trend
Websites generally are storytelling tools and storytelling can be more effective when visuals and motion are involved so the ideas and emotions can be transferred to the visitor easier. We’ve seen businesses implementing video in their websites. In 2015, this trend will grow even more with the endless possibilities of 3D graphics and HD quality videos to build that impression of real life experience.
According to us people love video as statistics show mind blowing numbers of video consumption online.
Minimalistic Web Design Trend
This trend has been surfacing as a way to reduce clutter on websites, simplify navigation, and make the user experience more efficient. Minimalistic design includes several sub-trends that are prominent on the web today including flat design, use of iconography, heavy focus on typography, and more inclusion of white space between visual elements.
Grid Web Layouts Trend
The grid structure has become widely used for displaying sections of information on websites, especially on the homepage where multiple service offerings or other pieces of information are presented and need to be organized to look nice. This way of laying out a web page works particularly well in responsive design as well since the columns of the grid structure can break down easily for more optimal display on smaller screen sizes.
Interactive Elements Trend
These are just a few of the trends that are dominating the interwebs but they are constantly changing and new ones are surfacing all the time.
Responsive design Trend
Designer expects the industry to “continue maintaining simple and minimal aesthetics,” with the web “becoming fully customised for different viewports”.
But others see responsive design going further. We will see “responsive design practices become more important in native apps,” in part through a proliferation of wearables. “Apple Watch, for example, relies on a responsive-like flow to accommodate a small screen, and so while 2015 isn’t the year the web and native become the same, it’ll get us much closer.”