The 5 Biggest Web Trends of The Year

The 5 biggest web trends of the year
by Janeth Kent Date: 24-11-2015 web trends 2015 flat mobile scrolling parallax layout


Bowenmedia wants to suggest us  the biggest web design trends of 2015.

The following infographic highlights the main web design trends that differentiate a modern site from an older design. 

1. Mobile focus

Mobile first is our "password". This approach presupposes that most of your potential customers have a mobile device.

2. Interactive scrolling

What we know: people do scroll. What we don't: they love it. Furthermore digital storytelling is about creating a unified experience that a smooth flow enhances. Interactive scrolling can be broken down into two significant web design trends: infinite scrolling and the parallax effect.

Infinite scrolling and parallax effect create a seamless browsing experience. The user explores the information with a sense of discovery, so he’s more likely to stay on your site and read the full message.

3.Flat design

Flat design is the most identifiable hallmark of modern web design trends.

Flat design has no depth to any element so everything appears to be integrated into one surface. A popular variation is ‘semi-flat’ design. The ‘almost flat’ look often features gradients, semi-transparent panels and drop shadows. This creates a subtle distinction between the element and the background but there’s no attempt at the old realism. 

4.Single page

A single page also makes sense if you aim to guide the visitor through your content in a linear manner.

5. Clean simple layout

Of course, a clean simple layout combines the twin goals of achieving a fast loading time and a simple message for the visitor, so the user can focus on the essentials.

 
by Janeth Kent Date: 24-11-2015 web trends 2015 flat mobile scrolling parallax layout hits : 2240  
 
Janeth Kent

Janeth Kent

Licenciada en Bellas Artes y programadora por pasión. Cuando tengo un rato retoco fotos, edito vídeos y diseño cosas. El resto del tiempo escribo en MA-NO WEB DESIGN END DEVELOPMENT.

 
 
 

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