5 Awesome Web Design Trends in 2020
As more brands try to stand out online among a sea of rivals, more web design agencies will continue to embrace loud and vibrant colours.
Consider over-saturation. Not only are brilliant and deep colors immersive but they are also attention-grabbers, something that can be used by many online brands.
Not just that. Going against the grain, where most web designers have been defaulting toward comfortable shades and shadows, reveals the forward-thinking, adventurous, and even eccentric nature of a company.
So, that can be a great thing that causes trust so affiliation, based on the target market of that particular brand. This makes more computer displays embrace the technology of In-Plane Switching (IPS), which will make bold colors perfectly stand out for the world to enjoy.
In 2017 the video nearly went big. But slow page load times make it a tough-sell this far, as slow web pages will cause you to lose readers (potential clients).
Yet the motion graphics are pretty popular across the board with readers. So, what’s taking the place of video?
There are a few ways the bug could bite the animation:
A switch between floating pages and parallax (both of which have origins in 2017).
The impact of mouseover.
As an animation which is handheld.
Such motion graphics tend to take less time to load than straight-forward motion pictures like good-quality video (despite having a range of potential use cases).
Not only do these motion graphics bring spunk and identity to your overall brand when well performed, but the incorporated animations, GIFs and unique drawings can also help explain what you stand for and tell your story — in a fun, simple and optimistic way too.
Many websites are grid-based, obsessively ordered playing flat fields, it’s the order of the day. Not that well-arranged homepages are a sin, but asymmetrical systems earn adoptions in a daring attempt to thrive creativity, violence, and unbalanced joy and excitement by 2020.
In fact, personal websites are gradually pushing this concept to the point of titania. Broken-grid systems are particularly attractive because of their perceived novelty and their dogged assertiveness.
But here, there is a need to tread carefully.
Brands with significantly large volumes of live content may consider a disorderly web experience for their readers installing asymmetric architecture onsets. Therefore, a company like that would do well to rethink the concept and turn to a more appropriate and personable style–if it is to keep users happy.
Typography as visual isn’t a completely new trend in web design in 2020, right now?
But while prior to 2020 typeface design used traditional san serif fonts to say it out loud, the emerging typeface crop is set to be bolder, dogged, and totally hard to miss. Sometimes words speak louder than a photo’s thousand words could yell. For those moments, it makes a ton of sense to deploy big, bold and custom fonts to bring in more intricate styles. With more tools and devices available to support custom fonts, 2020 is a big year to make bold statements which distinguish you from the crowd.
Variable fonts also come on fast. Essentially a variable font is a single, dynamic font which changes to appear as multiple fonts.
Recently online brands have had to choose between creating a site that is mobile-only or desktop-only. So programmers had to customize certain pages to identify what gadget a tourist is using to guide the user to a version of one website that suits their screen size.
And while since 2017 it has been official that more people are now browsing the web through their mobile devices than on desktops, a smart CSS grid offers a brilliant option to flex one site into multiple versions to fit the screen size of a user (instead of opting for web-only mobile). From the end-user perspective, this is one of the most important agile design trends in recent years, by far.