6 Webdesign-Trends für 2016, die du kennen solltest. Mit diesen Webdesign-Trends können wir 2017 rechnen. Infographic: 2016 Web Design Trends to Boost Conversions - The Deep End Design. 2016 Web Design Trends to Boost Conversions With every new year, we eagerly anticipate the newest trends that emerge in web design.
Most of these trends simply have to do with whichever visual style happens to be the most en vogue, but in this case, we at The Deep End have hand-picked the ones we can expect to see in 2016 that we have identified as being the most beneficial in terms of actually converting users. If you use any combination of these trends, (in a way that makes sense for the site in question, of course,) you can count on boosting those conversion rates, whether you’re working on your own site, or on behalf of a client. So check out the actual infographic below, or if you’d like a deeper dive into the trends discussed, we have an “infographic breakdown” video right after the image.
Enjoy! Web Design Trends To Expect In 2017. Share on Twitter0Share on Facebook51Share on Google Plus6Share on Stumbleupon0Share on Reddit0 Web design is a fast-growing industry.
With the competition in the industry more competitive than ever, keeping your website design updated with the latest trends gives you a shot at attracting more traffic to your website. This early, you need to be one step ahead of the competition and look into the future. In this article, we will look at some of the trends that will shape the digital design industry in 2017. Some of these technologies are applicable to web design, and in fact some theme and templates at Themeforest are already making use of these trends early on in the game.
WEB DESIGN TRENDS TO EXPECT IN 2017 — squareglu. Since 2013, material design — a concept introduced by Google — has long been included in forecasts and predictions but only noticeable in website and app designs in 2015.
Imagine how web design in 2017 would be like, using this design innovation. Also called “quantum paper,” material design technology is basically physical paper in a digital form. According to Google VP for design Matias Duarte: The Future Is Near: 13 Design Predictions for 2017. 12.
Much of what’s on the list this month is free, with a few high-value paid apps and tools also included. They’re sure to be useful to developers, from beginners to experts. If we’ve missed something that you think should have been on the list, let us know in the comments. And if you know of a new app or resource that should be featured next month, tweet it to @cameron_chapman to be considered!