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New Trends in web design
Web design industry is never mature or gone for history. Every day it is modernized with many changes, improvements. Adding new things to web design industry will never stop. When we go back to old web designs and compare with latest designs, it is revealing the improvement and changes. There are some web tools available on internet; we can see the evolution of same web site since its start. Web designers have enough information, discussion forums and materials to broaden their skills and knowledge. Therefore everyday latest trends adding to web design industry.
Below are not the complete list of latest trends, but these are few I noted which useful for wed designers while they do new designs or developments.
Have you noted the changes in Logo design? Many Marketers, Designers do oversized logos with oversized headers. Sometimes, Space for logo and the header take the entire screen space which we see first instance. People who like Old Designs argue with, this is not user friendly, visitors do not have call to action on first instance. But Modern designers argue that, due to there is no any action on first instance, visitors tend to scroll down the page. Then webmasters have more space to get desired action to be performed. Further experts say that, this big logo plus oversized header will support to keep you visitors more than eight second in your web page. Then abundance of your website can be reduced. There is another positive points noted by modern web designers in Melbourne, this will help to remember your website, brand name by visitors.
Slab typefaces are another trend that many designers use. But this is not the latest finding or trend to Marketing. History of Slab typefaces are going back to more than 200 years. Bold and all capital letters and some imposing effects are the examples of slab typefaces. Last few years, due to small headers, designers could not use this feature on their designs, but with oversized headers, they can easily implement this now. Many web designers use this to get visitors high attention. Reliable Servers such as an HP ProLiant dedicated vps, instead of shared hosting account can improve load time, overall performance and user experience when visiting your website.
Typography is another modern trend which I noted. It will be continue for many years. Different fonts, styles, colors, sizes are using in right places on web page to get visitors attention other than always using images. Some experts argue that this will distract to visitors. However, It is up to designers to use this in more effective manner.
Responsive Web design first started becoming popular in 2012, and Google has already described it as the new industry standard. Responsive designs allow users of smartphones, tablet computers, laptops and desktops to enjoy an optimal experience with minimal scrolling and panning of the page. Webmasters only need to have a single website which uses responsive CSS3 queries that allow the page to automatically rearrange itself depending on the size of the window or screen that it is being displayed in. With almost 1.5 billion smartphones expected to be in use during 2014, this trend is perhaps the most important of all. After all, mobile Internet usage is already overtaking desktop and laptop usage.
Having an excessive amount of clutter and unnecessary or confusing page elements on a website is one of the most common reasons for people to leave after a few seconds. Minimalism does not necessarily mean that your website needs to look plain and boring. However, keeping it simple by avoiding unusual navigational features and avoiding the placement unrelated content is an enormous trend right now. This is in part influenced by the new direction that the Windows operating system has taken in recent times with the launch of Windows 8. The Metro design style used in Windows has inspired many Web designers to adopt the style in their own projects.
There was a time when Web designers were limited to a small selection of fairly plain and unexciting fonts such as Times New Roman, Courier and Arial and their equivalents on other operating systems. However, this is no longer the case thanks to the fact that designers can now embed fonts and choose from a practically infinite range of different styles and combinations. Elaborate typography is a growing trend in Web design and one which allows you to create a more unique website which suits your brand. Just make sure that you stick to easily readable sans-serif fonts for main text content.
If you ever played the classic platform video games of the nineties, such as Super Mario or Sonic the Hedgehog, then you have already seen parallax scrolling in action. Parallax scrolling occurs when there are two or more layers with the background scrolling at a slower rate than the content in the foreground. It is now a major trend in Web design, and one which is widely used by many major companies.
Popularised by the major social networking website, Pinterest, infinite scrolling has become very popular. It is particularly helpful for those using mobile devices as well, since it allows viewers to keep scrolling down the page rather than having to reload it or go to a new page. This allows you to have huge amounts of content on a single page which loads automatically as the viewer scrolls down. Only what is displayed on the screen at the time is loaded, so it doesn’t slow down the reader’s experience.
Fixed Navigation Headers and Bars
Placing a fixed header on your website allows you to have something important like a navigation bar on the page at all times so that visitors don’t need to scroll up to the top of the page in order to get to the menu items. This trend is one which can make your website more user-friendly for all of your visitors, and since all it takes is a single line of CSS code, there is absolutely no reason not to use it.