Web design trends keep getting updated from skeuomorphism to flat design and now slowly material design is picking in not just in mobile but in mobile web space as well. The decision whether to move to new design trends should depend on your users and your business. Just because something is new and trending doesn’t mean it suits your business logic. There are many websites that try to move and make huge changes to the website, on the end they tend to lose users and fade away.
Every year, Web design grows and so many awesome things are being published daily. As we look at 2015, we have seen some trends come to the forefront, creating dynamic and compelling experiences for users. 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 of the best website design trends. Implementing the latest styles and techniques in a web design allows businesses to remain competitive and can have benefits in terms of marketing and SEO. Staying on top of trends and using them in your own web designs can help keep a website relevant.
UI Tiles for creating wire-frames and flowcharts for websites is simple and easy to use. I have been using balsamiq for quite a long type for laying out the website wire-frames to my clients. I guess, I am gonna switch to UI Tiles. Its basically all in toolbox for laying out your webdesign.
Showcase your company’s team profile with an interactive card flip view. Nowadays showing your team profile on your company’s website and showing the background of each of your employee makes a huge difference. It show how strong your team is. So, I created a simple responsive card flip view in CSS to showcase one’s profile.
The parallax effect a trend in the web design world. Normally seen as part of the webpage scrolling (moving between sections). It simply uses multiple backgrounds which seem to move at different speeds to create an interesting browsing experience.