Best Website Design Trends


Website design is the face of a website that tells the story about its body, previously it was done to stylize the site but with the advance of web technology, designing is a part of interface synchronizing the site with tabs and links. As the web technology is advancing with the invention and modification of languages, designing is getting a whole new role of improvising the website content with proper looks.

The changes are going to affect deigns in the coming future is the new languages and standards browsers going to adapt in the near future. Along with Apple, many of the web designers have deserted building animations in flash and instead they are using JavaScript which is far more stable and less buggy, another added advantage of JavaScript is the less size of application files unlike flash which takes time to load for slow connections. Designing in JavaScript has opened a whole new set of options which was not possible for any design in flash.

But as the time is moving ahead, programmers and designers are search for better productive solutions like CSS3 or HTML5 which has variety of rendering animation within the consolidated boundary of ethical designing but not limited to new definitions like advanced typography, in-built transitions and 360 degree virtual resolution. These new features are quite popular now in the beginning stage and have a bright chance to be adopted by the mass in the coming year of 2011.

Web 2.0 Design standards are popular now a day with glossy and shady outlook and may remain like that for some time until anything replaces that soon. Big texts with matching sets of color are fashionable for any website with proper navigation in the home page. Those days are gone when the introductory page of any site was made completely with flash and sometimes used to show loading resulting in keep the user waiting for a couple of minutes, speed and simplicity are one of the main criteria now and that is exactly why HTML5 standards are coming into main trend, its fast, stable and it can deliver in a wide versatile format.

Typical notebook type or column like designs are out of fashion and retro or magazine like design is going to take its place in the upcoming 2011. As the display are more being widescreen with LCD, TFT & LED monitors, single page designs are going to be popular where anyone can scroll their way to find anything interesting. Typography has always been popular with print style designs are will be developed more for its mat finished flair.

One of the changes that are going to be integrated into the designs of 2011 is that they are going to be less spacy, before time blank space was used to increase singularity of any topic but now a days space costs money so even the banners of the homepage are full of advertisements or related links designed perfectly so that does not look like the subject running out of space.

Browsers play a vital role in web which is racing to be faster and give more features to the customers within accustomed space, so designs are going to get lighter so that it takes only a fraction of second to load in any standard server, sloppy designs with huge animation or details are going to be totally out fashioned as they slow down the server while accessing. JavaScript came into action replacing Flash very recently but that also is completely refurbishing itself to meet the current standard of HTML5 which is a lot faster with added facilities over the Flash or JavaScript designing standard.

In 2011, web designing is going to go through a moderate style change of how designs were done before, designers used to made designs by HTML or CSS but as technology advanced, newer programs came with better facilities, that’s one of the reasons flash is outdated in professional designing and the use of strong color has been abandoned as its hurts the eye. Gimmick or huge animation has left its place and professional light designs with navigations are going to take its place in 2011.

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