Every Year, As technology changes, so do people habits and as people change so does Web Design. In this article, I am going to discuss about the Web Design trends in 2016.
Gradually, over time, web designers, UI specialists and layout artists have experimented with designs, and each year new trends have emerged that take layouts to an entirely new level.
In the coming year 2016, what we can expect from web designer. Continue reading
Every year, Web design grows and so many awesome things are being published daily. I can only imagine that the best is yet to come in 2015, including many of the trends we predicted for 2014.
While many of those trends will still be around in 2015 (and probably 2016), it’s time to see what new trends are likely to emerge in 2015.
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 Web design trends we will likely see when we turn the calendar to 2015. Continue reading
Responsive design has to go beyond optimizing for different screen sizes, write Code and Theory’s Dan Gardner and Mike Treff. Responsive design, which allows designers and developers to build websites that adapt to every screen size, is one of the most empowering web tools to be adopted in the last decade. But adapting to the screen is only the first frontier of a new, responsive web. Today, users expect online experiences that not only respond to what device they’re using, but also their location, time of day, what they’ve already read, and events happening in real time. To capture a user’s attention for the next generation of the web, you’ll need more than just responsive design. You’ll need a responsive philosophy.
Great UI design is the key to success – but achieving in practice isn’t easy. Follow our expert tips to help you on your way. As its name implies, great user interface (UI) design should revolve around the needs of the target user. That is why user interface design principles are so important. All else is secondary, including the aesthetic – although in many cases form goes hand-in-hand with function. But while the concept of good UI design may be easy to get your head around, it’s not so easy to achieve in practice. Here we gather together some expert tips from the cream of the design industry. Follow these and you won’t go far wrong…
This time last year I made 7 predictions for web design in 2014, with mixed results (I’m looking at you SVG). This year, I’ve sought out 10 web design trends that will be big in 2015, and what you need to survive them. I’ve omitted predictions that are too obvious to include: mobile will continue to grow, large image backgrounds will be popular; instead I’ve focused on trends driven by three clear patterns in the current web design landscape: The growing influence of site-builders is forcing web designers to seek out unique craft skills; technology continues to roll onwards, influencing the sites we design; and some of the most established names on the Web have grown too unwieldy to keep pace with demand.