Design trends are developing in an exceptional speed and will continue to grow into the next year, with the increasing demands of the user. Here are a couple trends to keep in minds for a simple and worthwhile user-experience.
1. Scrolling above clicking:
the user today views all but buys selectively. Since the concept using a scroll bar is obsolete, and people can just use their thumb, we should expect more websites to adopt scrolling first and clicking second.
2. The fold is literally dead:
since scrolling has become way easier, web designers now have the opportunity to do what magazines have been doing for ages, full-screen image image titles with no text/links visible until one scrolls down.
3. Animation is back again:
with the internet speed improving considerably, GIF’s and flash animations has become really popular. Since a flat design can look pretty monotonous, animation can help a website to stand out from the rest, and also pack more information into little space.
4. CSS shapes:
CSS shapes allow a designer to flow his/her layout into shapes like a circle. The outcome looks really cool, but as of yet, it is not supported by all browsers.
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