Web Design trends for the current year 2015

Every year, Web design grows and so many awesome things are being published daily. While many of those trends will still be around in 2015 (and probably 2016), it’s time to see what new trends are likely to emerge in 2015.

Let’s see what some of the web’s smartest thinkers reveal what they believe will transform the web.

In 2014, the biggest web design trends included: grid layouts, flat design, background videos, and the increasing capabilities of HTML5 APIs.

So which trends, technologies and techniques will define 2015?

1.       Longer scrolling sites : As mobile devices become more popular, it’s becoming more commonplace for sites to opt for scrolling instead of linking as a means to display content, especially on their home pages. It is easier for users to simply scroll through a page to get their information than it is to constantly click to find information.

2.       Parallax Scrolling: One big web design trend of the moment is parallax scrolling, which involves the background moving at a slower rate to the foreground, creating a 3D effect as you scroll down the page. It can sometimes be overwhelming, but when used sparingly it can provide a nice, subtle element of depth.

3.       Ghost Buttons: Ghost buttons are those transparent and empty buttons that have a basic shape form, such as a rectangular or perhaps squared. They are generally bordered by a very thin line, while the internal section consists of plain text printed in a light, sans-serif font.

These buttons, are also sometimes referred to as “empty” of “hollow” buttons, and tend to be bigger than standard colored buttons.

The attribute ‘ghost’ is due to the fact that, although they’re transparent as phantoms, they immediately grab the users’ gaze — almost in the way a ghost story can transfix your gaze.

Indeed a beautiful hollow button performs the neat magic trick of both merging itself seamlessly within a site, but, if set in a proper background and position, it can very successfully attract the users’ eyes.

4.       Absence of large header background images: The trend over the last few years have been large header background images, often with text on top, and it is the first thing most visitors see when they come to a site. Some recent site designs have decided to buck this trend by keeping their large headers, but making them background-image free. As a fact removal of large image will increase the performance of the website and its speed.

5.       Bigger Emphasis on Typography: Traditionally web type-kits that allowed for beautiful fonts and typefaces to be used on websites have been expensive. Meaning that sites leaning heavily on typographic design tended to require larger budgets–leaving the small guys (and most WordPress users) out of the fun. That however, is changing. Type kits are becoming more affordable (or free in the case of Google Fonts) and that means there is more freedom for designers working with a smaller budget to bring their typography skills to the web design table. Website Development India

6.     Rise of Flat design: Flat design has achieved a lot of momentum over the last year or two and it appears to have staying power into 2015. However, it might be possible that as a concept, flat design is growing up. Perhaps into material design.  So, what is material design?

Material design is something Google unveiled this year as their new direction for mobile (and design in general). “Material,” to quote their brief, “is the metaphor. A material metaphor is the unifying theory of rationalized space and a system of motion. Our material is grounded in tactile reality, inspired by our study of paper and ink, yet open to imagination and magic.”

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