Modern, Flat Design, Simple, Easy to Navigate, following 2015 design trends. Professional, new, bright, fresh!
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1. Flat Design
Flat design means saying goodbye to outdated textures like shadows, gradients, and bevels in exchange for simpler, more minimalist, and ultimately more beautiful design.
2. Well Mostly Flat Design....
Flat design is still hot, but like the big image trend, it’s evolving. Many designers are starting to incorporate subtle gradients and drop shadows back into mostly flat designs. Some research on call-to-action conversion shows that buttons that have a bit more depth (using gradients and drop shadows) have higher conversion rates. Flat design is here to stay in 2015, but it will start to use subtle shadows and other effects to make elements appear more actionable.
3. Fully Responsive Design
The advent of mobile devices becoming the predominant means of web access demands sites to adjust. Literally. Your site should be able to adjust to whichever screen size your customer is using.
4. Scrolling > Clicking
More usage of mobile devices and tablets to access sites also means more scrolling and less clicking. On mobile device, scrolling though a single page becomes more convenient and easier to interface with, as opposed to clicking through dozens of pages.
People put so much focus on fonts nowadays that the quality of your fonts will likely affect the perception of the quality of your business. So make sure to stick to sophisticated, stylish, and high-quality fonts.
6. Less Text More Graphics.
Visual appeal is at its strongest and is changing the way we convey information. Websites are relying less and less on text heavy content and more on visual components such as info graphics, icons, and larger images.
7. Big Image/Video Backgrounds
Some could argue that large image and video backgrounds are getting pretty overdone, but that doesn’t change the fact that they are on trend.
Users are dazzled by imagery, and large, beautiful images can completely set the tone for a site. I predict we will start to see these big images altered in new and creative ways to set sites apart from one another. The image blur is already popular, but other filters and color overlay techniques may become common this year.