The Future of Webdesign: Trends 2017
I'll try my luck as a fortune teller once again, and dare to give you a preview of future web design trends for the year 2017. Some things remain the same; other things will move into the foreground. But one thing is sure: there won't be any more classic desktop designs. A bunch of things will change in 2017. Web design will become more complicated than it was before. However, that's what makes our job so great. We get to keep on learning and improving ourselves. I wrote this article to allow you to do this early on.
1 - Mobile First DesignDoes it sound stale when I mention this? Sorry, but I have to do it. In the medieval design process, the developer usually started with the desktop version of a website. It had to work properly because the client would see and approve this release first. After that, the mobile variants were developed, and the website was adjusted to responsive views. In 2017, this won't work anymore. Customers have educated themselves as well, and pure desktop sites are on the verge of being punished by Google. Mobile First will be imperative for a good ranking in the search results. First, the mobile views will be developed, since a website has to look and work perfectly on smartphones and tablets. The desktop version is designed subsequently. By the way, Google has provided a new online tool that is more informative than the old one.
Think with GoogleA Test With the New Tool:
2 - Website SpeedAnother trend of 2017 will be the optimization for extremely fast loading times. Google has declared a speed limit of 1.5 seconds for a couple of years now. In this short timespan, Google wants a website's entire loading process to be completed. Of course, 1.5 seconds are not contemporary anymore. A lot faster times would be possible. At least on landing and overview pages of a blog, loading speed of less than one second is possible - even with moderate effort. Some article pages may load slower, so one and a half seconds would be a good average. Even loading times of half a second wouldn't be a problem on a landing page and blog overview. Now, the time to deal with speed optimization has come, preparing your website for next year. [caption id="attachment_78607" align="alignnone" width="640"] A Speed Test of My Landing Page.[/caption]
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Websites have improved so much over the last few years as more and more are now featuring videos and interactive content. Interesting to see how things will be in 10 years from now.
Andreas, the article is really cool. You have outlined the main tendecies which we should expect in the comming year. In addition, may I support them with thoughts and ideas of famous designers http://adoriasoft.com/technology-trends-2017-ui-ux-design/ . As far as we can analyse, we should wait for more hand-made images, more mobile oriented and minimalistic web designs.
Interesting read this, wonder how websites will be like in many years to come
thanks for this information, it’s really useful. Check out also good article about 6 quick UX design techniques that really work – https://www.cleveroad.com/blog/6-quick-ux-design-techniques-that-really-work
If you are interested in making websites as a hobby, you can unleash your potential by creating interactive websites for other people in order to increase your earnings.
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I didn’t have any expectations concerning that title, but the more I was astonished. The author did a great job. I spent a few minutes reading and checking the facts. Everything is very clear and understandable. I like posts that fill in your knowledge gaps. This one is of the sort.