Web design, like the other fields of online marketing, has also experienced several transformations during 2014. Some of the older ideas worked, so did not. Some new ideas are expected to emerge with time. Several new web design trends are expected to emerge in 2015.
So, the year is expected to be an interesting one from the web design front when an amalgamation of old and new is likely to take place. Here’s a quick look at the trends that are predicted to rule the web design world in 2015....
Les individus regardent surtout les photos et les vidéos sur téléphone. En effet, lire sur un petit écran n’est pas agréable et ni pratique. Donc si vous faites des versions mobiles ou responsive, privilégiez les vidéos et images.
Currently, one of the biggest trends in the web design industry is the flat design style. In case you are not yet familiar with the term, flat design is essentially design without the drop shadows, gradients, and textures that have been common in web design for some time. Flat design uses solid colors and often typography figures prominently into the design. In this post we'll showcase 33 excellent examples of the flat web design trend. Hopefully they can provide some inspiration that can be put to use in your own work. Buffalo
Une des grosses tendances de ces dernières années a été l'arrivée de sites responsives, minimalistes et une vague incessante de sites basés sur des thèmes pour CMS – qui au final se ressemblent tous dans leur structure.
Sur un projet web, le concept de « Design Emotionnel est une tendance forte consistant à insuffler de l'émotion à travers une interface graphique dès sa conception. L'objectif principal est de retenir l'attention du visiteur en ...
Le Flat Design (ou “ design à plat ”) est désormais un incontournable du paysage des marques. Effet de mode ou mouvement majeur et durable du design ? Nouvelle tendance ou sous-courant du minimalisme ? Simple ou simpliste ? Il y a les “ pour ” et les “ anti ”… mais au-delà du constat évident, pourquoi une telle diffusion ? Pourquoi maintenant ? Et demain ?
Samsung a dévoilé les gagnants de ses premiers Samsung Design Awards sur le thème « Le futur de la communication ». L'objectif était de permettre aux étudiants et diplômés d'école de Design de moins de 30 ans de ...
After navigating through the wilderness of search results, a unique visitor has landed on your page, and you’ve got one shot to make things work. For people who care about UX design, a user’s behavior and impressions about a site, along with whether they stay and convert, is important. Is the site easy to navigate? Is the information organized? Will user’s click your CTA? These questions, among many others, should be considered when choosing the layout for your site because it can play a huge part in why users stay and why they convert.
Web Design Example Intercore There are a lot of things I like about this website design for the private equity firm Intercore such as:
The Good * Responsive Design. * Animated Storytelling (love the factoids fading in and out). * Large Hero. * Flat color palette (monochrome color schemes). * Location of social media in CONTACT area.
The Bad The biggest nit I have is the lack of social media, but that brings up an interesting choice too. I'm betting a private equity firm isn't dependent on the web either for customers or SEO so Intercore's decision to only have Facebook and to put that link low down on the contact page reflects their business model better than it would most (who need customers from the web and care about SEO).
I Liked the company and there is confusing information on their abaout page. Don't feel compelled to play shuffle the deck in social media. If I was going to explain their corporate umbrella the Facebook About age is not where I would do it (lol).
Interesting and good ideas well executed to steal here. Whoever created this site knew what they were doing from a design and content architecture perspective.
The Ugly By zooming out on my laptop I found their Twitter link. This is one of the perils of responsive design. The link is also broken directing into the home page so will share the fact their Twitter is broken on their Facebook page.
Le terme “Expérience Utilisateur” a été diffusé dans dans les années 90 par Donald Norman (auteur du célèbre “Design of everyday things” et aussi de la méthode de design centrée sur l’utilisateur) et, d’après la norme iso ISO 9241-210, correspond “aux réponses et aux perceptions d’une personne qui r
It almost seems that this year flat designs have taken over the world of graphic design by force, but especially in the arena of mobile apps with the first industry-shaking flat design being for the iPhone5. Reality is that flat design has been around longer than the emergence of the iPhone5, but of course it was Apple that helped to bring such cross-industry awareness to the design style.
As an entrepreneur, you realize the importance of aesthetics. You realize that the better your office, your store or your establishment looks, it will reflect on how good the products and/or services of the business is.
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