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April 2017

30 web design trends to watch in 2017 – Web D School

Web designing is constantly evolving with newer trends emerging almost every month & it is essential for designing professionals to keep themselves updated in order to be competitive. The following are the 30 most important & updated web design trends to watch out for in 2017, which we have put together after a lot of research.   1. Increased use of VR & 360 Video Everywhere we look, someone is speaking about Virtual reality, augmented reality etc & they have now come to rule the web designing world too. Today, a lot of reputed web browsers are working on support for WebVR, the open standard that makes it possible to experience VR in your browser.   2. Flat 2.0 Graphics Flat 2.0 is simpler to use as it combines the best of flat design with additional user interface cues to help you construct a website design that’s attractive and functional.   3. Long Scrolling Mobile Websites Long scrolling single-page websites are becoming extremely popular lately due to its simplicity & ease of use. Swiping a finger lets users to surf long scrolling sites with more control, precision, and offers immediate gratification than clicking through page-by-page navigations.   4. Innovative Scrolling & Parallax The parallax effect is now commonly seen as part of the scrolling feature of many web pages. It uses several backgrounds that appear to move at different speeds to create a sense of depth and an interesting browsing experience.   5. Cinemagraphs Cinemagraph could, well, be termed as the latest trend in web designing. It’s the crossover between image and video, with restrained movements that intrigue the onlookers but don’t distract from the message.   6. Increased use of Illustration & Hand Drawn Sketches Illustrations are being used commonly today in many websites as they give a cleaner, flatter & minimalistic look to the site. Apart from making the page look beautiful, sketches also convey & reflect individual styles.   7. Pure SVG Images The designers are using vector graphics a lot nowadays because they are easy to scale and reposition for any situation. From images to illustrations and background patterns, vectors are the apparent solution due to their natural flexibility.   8. Gradients & Vivid Colors Nowadays gradients and vivid colors are being applied in much more than just customary UI and web design, as many designers agree that they add individuality to the site. They are used on the web in bold manner, mixing highly saturated colors for extremely rich effects.   9. Card Design & Grid Layouts Cards are essentially little containers of information, with each card representing its own singular idea. A card can hold any type of content - illustrations, text, links, etc. - but all fall under a specific unified theme.   10. Ultra Minimalism An ultra-minimalist site is about stripping away all of the non-essential elements and components, and replacing them with whitespace. Typography, Color scheme, negative spacing, Pixel placements all play a big role in creating an ultra-minimalist website.   11. Videos with Sound Videos can be best used in a website to introduce the users to a product or service, & they can also enhance the user experience if properly integrated in the overall design.   12....