Today the tendencies in web design are something not to be missed because modern users of IT are well aware of what is cool and what isn’t and they always want the websites they visit to be as cool as possible. So if you are looking for new tendencies look no further than our post.
Today the most importance out there is learning to make websites that work for a lot of devices out there and today more and more users access websites from their mobiles so that is where you should focus your attention if you want to get a maximum range of clients to look at your blog or website.
Responsive design has been the buzzword for a while but it is still very important and if a website is not appearing as was intended on an absolute majority of devices out there, then it is not going to work in your favor. Using as little good quality content and as many images, info graphics and cools pics as possible is also very important. You want the site to scream out its message without you have to dig deep and research on what it’s doing.
Of course making the website stand out from the point of view of company colors, logos and slogans – and making sure you know which atmosphere of the website you want to portray. Everything should match the overall aesthetic of the company and be reflected in that from top to bottom so you always have to make sure you are making the most of what they give you as requirements and guidelines.
Having your own convictions and tastes about the website is nothing but your own preferences and you should always put the clients first, and learn more about what they want. Often clients will say I want a beautiful background or I want romantic images. ‘beautiful’ and ‘romantic’ doesn’t cut it because that is a tern that’s too generic. In order to learn what beautiful means to them it is best to gather as many look books and mood boards for inspiration as possible – then you will envision the end product that they want for their website. Make an effort to be concise and clean with your design because today it counts a lot. The fewer elements you put on a page the better and remember that today the focus is on visuals and a lot of websites that use many visuals are extremely popular today so be sure to incorporate that a lot. Overall, think about the client’s needs and what they want to see at the end of the road. It is not easy to make a design that will satisfy all the expectations of the client. Clients are diffrent and their tastes differ as well. But if you have carried out preliminary talks with your client and you have both agreed on a particular design, logo, template it is always easier to continue working on further design development.
Mike Sergeev for www.designsters.com web designers in New York