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Web design trends for 2013

Web design trends for 2013 | WebsiteDesign | Scoop.it

Predicting the future is always a risky venture, and there is no precise method that allows you to define the future trends of web design. But… we can try. ;)


We’ve determined the directions of web design based on our observation of what types of design solutions are gaining popularity. Many web design trends occur due to changes in: technology, market, fashion, pop culture and art. But first, let’s take a quick look back at 2012 and see what trends are on the rise.

Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's insight:

This article is packed full of information on some of the ternds of we saw in 2012 and will be built upon in 2013. The article highlights from many examples of trends that can make your website unique among others.


Before any business begins builds their website they need to sit down with their website designer and go over the goals they hope to achieve with their site. Design can play him major part in achieving goals.

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Liveti Liiveti's curator insight, March 21, 2013 4:04 AM

This scoop presents web design trends in 2012 and what can be in 2013. It is difficult to make predictions of the trends for 2018 onwards but nonetheless I can see the old-fashioned navigation toolbar put to rest.

 

Like the scoop says, "we are seeing very sophisticated navigations — main menus are being reduced, sometimes disappearing completely or sliding behind screen edges." Five years time, I can see all websites using sophisticated graphical navigations, with the toolbar slowly fading away.

 

The Swiss design has taken the web design world by storm with the introduction of Windows 8. So with that, I believe that many other platforms, software and even websites will adopt this graphic design style.

 

Other predictions see that Flash will completely become redundant and screen resolutions will continue to grow with mobile devices and tablets.

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