10 Web Design Trends You Need to Keep in Your Design Toolbox in 2015


We are living in a world that design trends are a necessity for what we produce. Want to be successful and actual? Be aware of 10 web design trends that will change things in 2015!
Updated! Some of the most creative and imaginative web thinkers reveal what they believe will transform the web.

Here is the list of the exclusive trendy design samples for 2015.

  1. Huge Background Images.

Some leading front-end developers and designers such as Benjamin Hollway are truly expecting massive background images alongside with using parallax effects in 2015.

  1. Card-Based Design.

We are citing the creative director’s point of view about Card-Based design: “Content needs to fit on different types and sizes of screen, and cards are the easiest way to make that work across platforms.” He adds this presents a design challenge since cards can be dull, “but we’re seeing fun, clever takes on this from companies like Google”.

  1. Digital-first Branding

Nowadays it becomes an open secret that Digital branding & Marketing are an integral part of any business concept, therefore, Clearleft founder Andy Budd (clearleft.com) says “as more companies realize their customers’ primary experience with them is online, we’ll see more digital-first-approaches to branding”.  This may result in more brads with responsive fluctuating logos that will, by all means, force designers think a logo from ‘big picture’ to ‘minute detail’ as it scales”.

  1. Open Data

We are seeing more and more companies making content and data available. In turn, this will result in “some pretty spectacular services being created, like the Cern sandbox”.

  1. Responsive Data-evolved

Nowadays having websites customized for different viewports has become a necessity. Jonathan Smiley thinks “responsive design practices become more important in native apps”. “Apple Watch, for example, relies on a responsive-like flow to accommodate a small screen, and so while 2015 isn’t the year the web and native become the same, it’ll get us much closer.”

  1. Privacy
  2. Isomorphic JavaScript

This year we will see much more isomorphic JavaScript being used in designs which os going to put improvements in the areas of performance, SEO and maintainability to boot. Airbnb and Twitter have moved to this approach. Others will surely follow.

  1. Iteration
  2. Vibrant Design

Surely Google’s Material design is set to inspire designers.

The vibrant and unexpected colors will, contrasted with subdued and muted environments will give meaningful motion to what the website will look like.

  1. Web Components Meet Adaptive Design

You need to keep powerful tools in your design toolboxes. Web components along with adaptive development result in a new style of development and design.

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