Use of Vector Graphics
When it comes to attracting and keeping users, people love multimedia, and blogs that feature immersive multimedia content score better than text-only websites.
Yet due to standard file formats such as Jpeg, PNG, GIF, and other video formats, websites with rich content had to experience slower page-load times in the past. These formats were famous anti-mobile.
Now Google recently made us aware that they will shortly be using first-ever internet indexing tests to list websites. This assertion doesn’t come as big news especially as two years ago, the number of people using mobile devices has been quenching internet traffic.
For web design companies, this means it’s time to make the early bird switch to responsive, mobile-first designs that put mobile priority at the core of the design process–without sacrificing rich visual content that enchants visitors.
Free Hand Drawings
As more webmasters understand that a website contains more than an email address, hand-drawn features that give to website pages a distinctive sense of character should pop up more often.
This web design phenomenon has taken off in recent times on the basis of two other rising developments in web design-bold typography and custom illustrations. But what’s the value of hand sketches, considering the complexity and technological advancement of most web design patterns for 2020? Why not stick to the more typically associated high-resolution imagery and photography with stunning website design?
The short answer-both cute and real are hand sketches.
You can use hand sketches to inspire, connect, and impress while oozing charisma and standing out from the crowd–a huge differentiator among the billions of premium websites that are strangling for network attention.
Such periods of concentration are brief. So wise webmasters know that to attract so guide an overwhelmingly overwhelmed readership they need to team up with radical web designers.
More people embrace voice over text and millions of devices housing smart virtual assistants like Alexa, Google Now and Cortana. Primarily because of the convenience of speaking directly to a device, rather than taking the time to manually enter your queries or requests. Web developers can take advantage of this by leveraging the more engaging voice-powered model and treat busy audiences to less effort browsing.
Social media giant Facebook welcomed 2018 by releasing their predictions for trends in social media to take off in the coming year. Three of those were Augmented Reality (Social), Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning.
For UX designers looking past 2020, you’re going to be enlightened to learn that tomorrow’s UI is headed for the conventional homepage to stop.
A bubbling trend is to change it with use cases and background to more focused and customized landing pages tailored to.
Advanced machine learning can support, for example, webmasters, web developers and UX / UI designers collect the specifics of the readers depending on their browser history and location.
Anti Design and Brutalism
Stringent grid layouts with sharp edges ruled over the web design block before material and flat design popped into the scene.
In the past year, we’ve seen big brands embrace organic designs with their soft, curved lines, shapes and patterns–true works of art aimed at adding a dash of authentic fun and helping to uncover the brand behind the design by humanizing it to the target public.
As a good example, the rounded-edge Google designs flash to mind.
A new tide blew in towards the end of 2017 that sought to redefine the traditional layout of web design. The incoming results highlight a branch with organized, conformist layouts, from good old static-print-design-like websites. The goal is to promote originality and obvious individuality in order to encourage a sense of belonging within target audiences.