2019 has web designers adopting ‘flat-design’ throughout multiple platforms, and white-space stood as a guiding light for those users craving a crisp, minimalist and clean layout, which drowned out the noise of web designs that came before it. If you’d like to know a little more about what web design trends came our way in 2019, you can check out our blog on The Latest Web Design Trends in 2019. For web design trends for 2020, we’re saying hello to vibrant dynamic pages, animation, augmented reality, slightly bizarre typography and dynamic web designs promoting a year bursting with creativity and likely to kick off the new year of web design with a bang!
1. Dynamic gradient
2. ‘Larger than life’ typography
3. Animation, gifs and immersive design
5. 3D Design and realism
6. Sketches, drawings and illustrations
Designers spill their artistic creativity onto note-pads and paper every single day. Web designers and creatives alike have begun inserting their own typography and sketches using various software and applications that have entered the market in the last couple of years or so.
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Hand-drawn elements and illustrations on websites add another dimension for users, it can allow a web design to feel unique, personal and showcases a brand identity that will not mirror similar competitive sites. Software has adapted to allow designers to insert their work into their web This web design trend for 2020 is something that creatives will use to boost their independent web designs, and there have already been some stunning examples enteredi into ‘Awwwards online’.
7. Text masking
8. Augmented reality
9. Voice user interface
10. User-focused, responsive design
To conclude, the web design trends for 2020, are aiming to push boundaries where designers haven’t previously tested before. Creating a web design that is user-focused and personal is the final web design trend that we are expecting to see evolve next year. With the advancements in personalised advertising and UI experiences on mobile devices, content that will be tailored to the users themselves will be something to look out for. Think: recognition of Birthdays, offering menus that will allow users to get the most out of their personal experience with a website and more.
Applications are becoming more personal, and web designers are riding this trend too, creating design features and UX that puts the user first.
We’ve found that keeping up with technology is becoming just as, if not more important than keeping up with design trends. The cross-over of augmented reality, voice-control and 3D animation is likely to sweep into the new year both challenging and inspiring designers accommodate for a wider audience.