5 Hot Web Design Trends in 2017

1. The Content

Good content is what sets your website apart and delivers the right message into the minds of your visitors. The success of your website is better defined by its content. As we’ve spent years adding things to our websites such as headers, banner, sidebar, calls to action, comments, popups, social media buttons, signup boxes, etc. All of these have ended up and taking away from the entire point of a web page the content.

2. Better Collaboration between Designers and Developers

Firstly, designer-developer collaboration is front, lots of attention has been focused on the all-important handoff stage. As design has played a greater and more dominant role in making businesses, more and more attention has been paid to designers’ collaboration with their fellow designers, and their developer team. The increasing convergence between designers and developers offers great opportunities for increasing diversity in tech and generating better products.

3. Better Design

I think we’ve reached the point in flat web design where everything is starting with design, and we’ve lost our identity and creativity in designing. As design and prototype tools for the web gain more maturity and experiences. Better web design delivered better communication with clients.

4. More Use of Animations and Gifs

Now a days, Animations are starting to be used more on websites as they are often a great way to show how something works, or other meaningful content. GIFs have been used for this purpose, but now we are seen GIFs becoming more knowledgeable and animations using SVG and CSS to make some unique design.

5. Use unique Shapes and Patterns

It seems as the more use of geometric shapes, lines, and patterns have really taken off in year 2016, and I will be continuing through year 2017. There are several ways in which layouts have made their way into websites. The overall design of the site feels more heavily on the use of shapes, lines and patterns. From my view of point, there are infinite ways in which you describe the shapes, patters, lines and implemented into your website.