Trends that can take over Web Design in 2015

I’m not just listing trends that I noticed surfing the internet but most of them have been passed to me by my colleagues and experts. Some of the trends are obvious and few are just predictions but you and I would both like to see them in Today’s web design so let’s begin.

Parallax Scrolling

Parallax is the hottest technique in Web Design. Now the catchy parallax scrolling themes are readily available on Wordpress. In a very low budget you can buy a Parallax Scrolling Template with effects that can give your website an innovative and professional look.  See the example link below.

Flat Vs Real

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Card Based Web Design

You must have visited Pinterest at least once, based on card concept this website became famous shortly after the launch and now its one of the most popular website on internet. See the Google’s Card Design Concept here.

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Material Design

Google invented it and here’s the quote from its manifesto.

The material is grounded in tactile reality, inspired by the study of paper and ink, yet technologically advanced and open to imagination and magic.

 

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Motion Design

Simplicity is the key to web design, anything that complicates and irritates the user should be immediately discarded. One of the best way to demonstrate work is Motion Design.

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Big Fonts

This trend is becoming so popular that almost every webdesign holds this but still yet to be implemented on Ecommerce websites. Looks great and attract users to further look into deep pages of the website. These fonts are normally simple, sleek and without gradient effects.

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Top Bar

Thin menus at the top that stays permanent during the scroll are the best places for alerts.

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Modular Scrolling

It comes under motion design but still listing it separately. Few columns or sections are scroll-able which gives an entirely different and amazing look to a webdesign.

 

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