Web Design Trends To Follow In 2015
Simplicity can be seen in more and in web design, and you can certainly expect to see it in 2015. This year has flown by and before we know it, it will be gone. Experts are predicting what 2015 has in store for the world wide web and we’re here to let you in on the latest. iPartnerMedia is dedicated to keeping in touch with the latest and best practices in web design so that we are prepared to give you business the best options in design, features, and functions.
1. Responsive Web Design
If you don’t already have a responsive website, you need to talk to your web designer immediately. Responsive web design makes your website easily applicable to various devices seamlessly. This is imperative for your site’s success. No one wants to spend time on a website that will not load properly.
2. Ghost Buttons
Ghost buttons are a great feature for a simplistic web design. They’re small and subtle, just what you want in elegant web design. This pairs well with large images and typography.
3. Scroll-Over Clicking
Scroll over clicking is the easiest and most efficient buttons in design right now. It’s easy, smart, and cuts down on load times. It’s the most effective way to engage and interact with your site’s visitors. Get ready to see much more of this in web design.
4. Large Images
Blame it on the incredible quality of images now or our addiction to photography (not exactly new but more applicable thanks to technology). Regardless of the reason, large, crisp imagery is already taking over the web design world. 2015 is sure to see many more sharp images.
Interesting typography can already be seen on most sites. 2015 will, no doubt, give us even more clever and unique combinations.
6. “Card” Design
This design can largely be contributed to Pinterest. Image laden content can be seen better with this design. Easily clickable, accessible, and elegant looking, “card” web design will be pushed in social, graphic-heavy industries.
7. Interactive Story Telling
Interactive story telling is a unique way to tell the story of your business. Be it a historical timeline or you’re making a point through a product or service, interactive story telling web design gives your site and business that “wow” factor you may be looking for.