Tag: web trends

01
Feb

Learn about the 7 eCommerce design trends for 2018

Last year, global eCommerce reached US$2.3 trillion and is expected to double by 2021. In the United States alone, eCommerce represents almost 10 percent of retail sales. Even as the general public is increasingly coming to prefer online shopping, many websites still face unique challenges to their success.Continue Reading..

11
Jan
30
Dec

Infographic: 2017 web design and UX trends

Trends are known to change in all creative fields, with website design being no different. More than ever before, everything in web design, from imagery to navigation, to content, must serve a purpose.Continue Reading..

27
Sep

What web designers can learn from the fashion industry

Buying clothes online is a risky venture, since much of shopping is knowing how the apparel feels and fits your body. One of the best ways to persuade people to buy clothes online is by being very meticulous. That’s why fashion industry websites are on top of the game when it comes to reaching their target audience, as well as call-to-action responses.Continue Reading..

02
Aug

Unique GIFs distract users while page loads

These days everyone is in a rush. We’re so used to getting everything instantly at the click of a mouse that we’ve become impatient. Unless you’re over 30, you probably don’t remember the days of dial-up internet. We’d have to wait patiently for a few minutes for a web page to load up.Continue Reading..

05
Aug

Web design colour trends for 2015

Style trends that designers use in web design change from year to year, as do the colour palettes that go along with them. So far, 2015 has become the year of vibrant colours. Hues like red, orange, pink and bright green, blue and purple have become a focal point and designers are pairing bright colour choices in a way that was almost taboo a few years ago. Also check out Pantone’s predictions for this fall.Continue Reading..

15
Jan

Discover the top 5 web trends expected in 2015

More and more, a company’s website is ever becoming its public face. Web trends show that consumers are doing more research online than ever before when looking to buy. So, if a business has a poorly designed website, that doesn’t work on a mobile device—or worse—they don’t have a website, they’ll lose out on potential business. Continue Reading..

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