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Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017

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In the dynamic web industry patterns don't keep going long. New and energizing ideas, systems, and devices are continually being presented. Imaginative personalities are continually striving to keep the business new by testing standards and creating inventive new styles. As it were, a ton can change in a year, and as 2015 arrives at an end, Tipping Point has an eye on 2016-2017 and what another year could convey to the table for the universe of website composition. As any website specialist knows, keeping your finger on the beat of the business is extraordinarily vital. What new patterns will we see fly up and which patterns will at long last be let go? Keep perusing as we investigate what 2016-2017 could bring to the table for the brilliant universe of website architecture.

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 1

Overall Design Theme For 2016-2017: Differentiation:

Google's redesign constrained responsive website architecture to wind up distinctly universal around the web. We've achieved a point where the greater part of "pretty sites" all appear to be identical, yet we trust that is all going to change in 2016. Truth be told, we anticipate this up and coming year will bring all the more well thoroughly considered and one of a kind client encounters. In what way's? We have two or three thoughts at the top of the priority list that we accept will begin to incline.

1) Storytelling:

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 2

Architects are giving clients rich, interesting encounters using visual narrating. Narrating through method for a site can be a significant complex attempt, however it's not inconceivable. We completely love Peugeot's Hybrid Graphic novel. The site makes a wonderful showing with regards to of engaging clients with a parchment capable intelligent realistic novel while likewise permitting them to find out about Peugeot's HYbrid4 innovation. We very prescribe you visit this site on the off chance that you haven't as of now. It's an impact to look through and it serves as incredible motivation for intuitive web narrating that makes learning fun.

2) Semi-flat Design:

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 3

After Windows propelled its Metro style, the plan world got to be distinctly immersed with level outline. Be that as it may, level plan came with a few pitfalls and has gradually been transforming into semi-level outline to right ease of use issues. By coordinating profundity and measurement using unpretentious shadows, cards, and well-thoroughly considered moves, semi-level plan has turned into a greatly improved outline elective because of its simplicity of ease of use. Semi-level plan seems to lighten the greater part of the issues brought about by level outline and we hope to see significantly more of it in 2016-2017.

3) Custom-Made Illustrations:

Why should I design another _____ icon when I can just grab it off an already existing vector pack from the web? This line of thinking crosses designers minds on a daily basis and there is merit to it. Stock icons and illustrations save time and money, but why not include extra time and money for custom-made illustrations in the first place?

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 4

Destinations like zinavo.com, zinavo.co, and bangalorewebguru.co.in all element custom/hand-drawn outlines that include an additional layer of visual interest and make a really one of a kind site understanding. We foresee that locales will execute more hand crafted elements and delineations to separate themselves from the crowd of treat cutter sites.

4) Unique Grid Use:

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 5

Zinavo's website serves as the perfect example for creative grid design. One of the first things that may jump out at you is the fact that the images are stacked on top of each other. Stacking images isn’t a problem, because as the user rolls over an image the z-index of the image shifts bringing the photo to the top of the pile. Additionally, upon first entering the site the logo appears in a haphazard arrangement (see below image), but after scrolling further down the page everything aligns into place spelling out Zinavo. Be sure to visit this site for inspiration on adding a pinch of organic freedom to an ordered grid layout.

5) Cinemagraphs:Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 6

Remember when we posted about cinemagraphs and their use in social media? Cinemagraphs are extremely powerful visuals. They enhance the desired mood of a website and give sites an additional layer of wonder, mystique, and elegance. We haven’t even gotten to the best part yet. Cinemagraphs are better than videos because they don’t eat up as much bandwidth, and they’re certainly much better than photos, because they provide something more than a simple still shot. This technology isn’t new, but we do expect to see it integrated into more websites in the coming year, because let’s face it…cinemagraphs are so hot righ now.

6) Lazy Loading:

Lazy loading aids in viewing content immediately without waiting for an entire page to load. This technique is utilized on sites that feed content such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. In a society where information is constantly being fed into our lives, lazy loading helps to simplify viewing said content one chunk at a time. Being that load speed is important for both SEO and website conversion rates, we expect more widespread utilization of lazy loading in 2016-2017.

Do You Agree?

These are all of the trends we believe will be big for web design in 2016-2017, but we want to hear from all of you! Do you agree with us? Are there trends we haven’t foreseen that you believe will be big this upcoming year? Drop us a comment with your thoughts in the section below. Regardless of whether we’re right or wrong, 2016 looks to be an exciting year.


Best Of Luck!


In the dynamic web industry patterns don't keep going long. New and energizing ideas, systems, and devices are continually being presented. Imaginative personalities are continually striving to keep the business new by testing standards and creating inventive new styles. As it were, a ton can change in a year, and as 2015 arrives at an end, Tipping Point has an eye on 2016-2017 and what another year could convey to the table for the universe of website composition. As any website specialist knows, keeping your finger on the beat of the business is extraordinarily vital. What new patterns will we see fly up and which patterns will at long last be let go? Keep perusing as we investigate what 2016-2017 could bring to the table for the brilliant universe of website architecture.

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 1

Overall Design Theme For 2016-2017: Differentiation:

Google's redesign constrained responsive website architecture to wind up distinctly universal around the web. We've achieved a point where the greater part of "pretty sites" all appear to be identical, yet we trust that is all going to change in 2016. Truth be told, we anticipate this up and coming year will bring all the more well thoroughly considered and one of a kind client encounters. In what way's? We have two or three thoughts at the top of the priority list that we accept will begin to incline.

1) Storytelling:

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 2

Architects are giving clients rich, interesting encounters using visual narrating. Narrating through method for a site can be a significant complex attempt, however it's not inconceivable. We completely love Peugeot's Hybrid Graphic novel. The site makes a wonderful showing with regards to of engaging clients with a parchment capable intelligent realistic novel while likewise permitting them to find out about Peugeot's HYbrid4 innovation. We very prescribe you visit this site on the off chance that you haven't as of now. It's an impact to look through and it serves as incredible motivation for intuitive web narrating that makes learning fun.

2) Semi-flat Design:

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 3

After Windows propelled its Metro style, the plan world got to be distinctly immersed with level outline. Be that as it may, level plan came with a few pitfalls and has gradually been transforming into semi-level outline to right ease of use issues. By coordinating profundity and measurement using unpretentious shadows, cards, and well-thoroughly considered moves, semi-level plan has turned into a greatly improved outline elective because of its simplicity of ease of use. Semi-level plan seems to lighten the greater part of the issues brought about by level outline and we hope to see significantly more of it in 2016-2017.

3) Custom-Made Illustrations:

Why should I design another _____ icon when I can just grab it off an already existing vector pack from the web? This line of thinking crosses designers minds on a daily basis and there is merit to it. Stock icons and illustrations save time and money, but why not include extra time and money for custom-made illustrations in the first place?

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 4

Destinations like zinavo.com, zinavo.co, and bangalorewebguru.co.in all element custom/hand-drawn outlines that include an additional layer of visual interest and make a really one of a kind site understanding. We foresee that locales will execute more hand crafted elements and delineations to separate themselves from the crowd of treat cutter sites.

4) Unique Grid Use:

Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 5

Zinavo's website serves as the perfect example for creative grid design. One of the first things that may jump out at you is the fact that the images are stacked on top of each other. Stacking images isn’t a problem, because as the user rolls over an image the z-index of the image shifts bringing the photo to the top of the pile. Additionally, upon first entering the site the logo appears in a haphazard arrangement (see below image), but after scrolling further down the page everything aligns into place spelling out Zinavo. Be sure to visit this site for inspiration on adding a pinch of organic freedom to an ordered grid layout.

5) Cinemagraphs:Web Design Predictions For 2016 – 2017 - Image 6

Remember when we posted about cinemagraphs and their use in social media? Cinemagraphs are extremely powerful visuals. They enhance the desired mood of a website and give sites an additional layer of wonder, mystique, and elegance. We haven’t even gotten to the best part yet. Cinemagraphs are better than videos because they don’t eat up as much bandwidth, and they’re certainly much better than photos, because they provide something more than a simple still shot. This technology isn’t new, but we do expect to see it integrated into more websites in the coming year, because let’s face it…cinemagraphs are so hot righ now.

6) Lazy Loading:

Lazy loading aids in viewing content immediately without waiting for an entire page to load. This technique is utilized on sites that feed content such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. In a society where information is constantly being fed into our lives, lazy loading helps to simplify viewing said content one chunk at a time. Being that load speed is important for both SEO and website conversion rates, we expect more widespread utilization of lazy loading in 2016-2017.

Do You Agree?

These are all of the trends we believe will be big for web design in 2016-2017, but we want to hear from all of you! Do you agree with us? Are there trends we haven’t foreseen that you believe will be big this upcoming year? Drop us a comment with your thoughts in the section below. Regardless of whether we’re right or wrong, 2016 looks to be an exciting year.

Best Of Luck!

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