In 2013, to commemorate the 20th year of free and open web, the very first website returned to the web using its original URL. The site is… well, very basic; it is a text-only site that explains the World Wide Web basics. The website that we know has come a long way since. Fast forward to 2015, it would be relevant to determine the changes in the web design industry in the past couple of years. Where do you think it is headed? Let’s see.
To celebrate the World Wide Web’s 21st birthday coming up in 2014, we come armed with balloons, party poppers and all things colourful – the perfect ingredients to make your site ‘pop’. Many websites, unfortunately, are still caught up in their teen years and lacking something a little more tasteful. If this sounds like you, it’s time to jump on board with the fun and embrace some radical trends set to rule, and possibly take over, 2014. Let’s make this 21st a one to remember!
Engagement photo shot have come a long way from the days when couples used to match their cloths just to look nice. However, this tread has sailed away because nowadays couples are interested in themes that will or focus on their interests; Furthermore, they what to reflect their uniqueness as a couple which separates them from the rest.
Nothing attracts visitors like a fresh website design. As the landscape of the Internet evolves, new trends in layout, style and accessibility are changing the way people consume information. These attention-grabbing design elements help to create websites that stand out from the crowd. The easier it is for users to interact with a site and find information, the more likely they are to come back. Adding stylistic touches enhances the experience, giving visitors something to tell their friends about, thereby spreading the word to a wider audience.
There are many new web design trends evolving. These trends play a vital role in the growth and development of craft. So, while applying trends to the projects as a web designer, you should own them by expanding them. There is a subtle change in the trends between one year and the next year. According to our estimation, in 2012, these concepts will grow and become bigger.