World of web design has been ever changing over the last few years. With new advancements in technology and changing preferences of internet users inspires the trends in website design. It is important for web designers to keep up with current and upcoming design trends for 2014. |
A senior executive from BrioDigital1 states “One of the most important steps in our design process is to create an organization for your website which is easy to quickly understand so that your potential customers will find it interesting and want to remain on your website longer. This website “navigation” is a very important part of our design process.” (Ref: BrioDigital, http://briodigital.com/web-development/)
Below are few trends which has been popular in the past and it is expected that they will again take the center stage in 2014 also.
Responsive Design: This is one of the popular trends of 2013, which will be on high in 2014. These days there are different forms of digital media. More and more people are using smartphones, tablets and I pads. So, the idea is to design sites in such a way that it supports different form of digital media and can run on all environment without the use of any other application. Websites should be optimized to view on a variety of screen sizes and resolutions.
Flat Design: This is very much related to simplicity in designs. Design your website in a simple way with no shadows or 3D element. A simple design will make your website clean and easy to read with great user experience. For this, you can also go for metro theme.
Fixed Header Bars: You may have seen fixed headers in blogs, social networking sites etc. These fixed header bars allow the user to navigate through your site without having to scroll through a lot of content on your page. As visitors scroll down your page this will offer constant support for navigation and a trip back to the home page.
Single Page Websites: Instead of putting all your content on different pages, designers are now opting to put all content and images on one single page. Sectioning your content will help your visitors navigate through your content.
Parallax Scrolling: Parallax scrolling allows designers to control the depth of objects. Combined with HTML5 and CSS3, parallax scrolling makes animations come alive, with very little design cost.
Infinite Scrolling: You may have seen infinite scrolling in many popular social media sites and e commerce sites. It is the ability for a site to automatically load more content when a user scrolls all the way to the bottom of the page.
1. Brio Digital: Brio Digital is a New York based Web Design Company located in Westchester. Briodigital specializes in Web Development, SEO and social media. For a Free Consultation, call us at 888-310-8074. You can also e-mail us at email@example.com. Office is located at 777 Westchester, Ave #101, White Plains, NY 10604. Visit www.briodigital.com for more details.
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