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Web design trends on the rise in 2022

Looking ahead, there are many exciting opportunities for you to update the current look and feel of your website design. EIS is rethinking the normal, creating new exciting designs that truly represent the future of website design. Working with us, you can implement small changes or completely redesign your site for a fresh new look moving forward. Taking inspiration from some of the latest trends, you can ensure that your website always looks up-to-date, allowing your business to make the best possible impression on both existing and potential clients.

Let’s take a look at just some of the web design trends you need to keep an eye out for in 2022.

The One-Page Website

The old saying of “less is more” still rings true today. A simple approach to website design is often the best and in 2022, we can expect to see a rise in the number of simple one-page websites online. With the right mobile web designers by your side, there are no limits to how creative you can be with this unique approach.

Hero Sections

Hero sections of websites typically include a carousel of images or videos to grab the attention of the user. However, new website designs are focusing on simplicity, encouraging mobile website designers to use fewer images and more typography, shapes, and colors instead. With this strategy, visitors will be more encouraged to continue scrolling through your content.

Approach To Typography

Bigger and bolder typography will be a key design trend in 2022. When used effectively, lettering can have a lasting impact on visitors and help to ensure that you make the right impression on your visitors. The important thing is to focus on finding the right balance between size and scale. Experiment with some different options, speak to your web designer about any ideas you may have, and find a solution that works best for your website.

Art Deco Motifs

We are in the ’20s again, after all!! Art deco motifs fit well with the geometric designs that have been trending over the past few years. Though people’s first association with art deco style might be ornate speakeasy sites and Great Gatsby-themed wedding invites, it can make for beautifully minimalist designs.

This year’s trend takes inspiration from the clean, curving lines and repetitive graphic shapes of art deco illustration and architecture. These elements can inspire beautiful logos, fonts, spacer motifs, borders, and illustrations.

Interactive Fonts

Taking the use of text even further, some designers have been finding creative ways to make their text move with the user’s mouse. An easy way to make text interactive is by applying a hover-state change like you would with a button. It helps that it’s now easier to create more elaborate effects using modern no-code platforms than it used to be to try to write these interactions by hand. It’s important to keep legibility in mind as some people are distracted by moving characters.

Abstract Illustrations

Abstract illustrations that have a more organic texture and a sense of the human hand creating them are becoming more popular. While clean, poppy vector graphics and cute illustrations of humans and objects have ruled web design for a few years now, perhaps people are looking for something that feels a little more natural and sophisticated.

Gradients with Grain

Gradients are already popular, but with added grain, they create an entirely different effect. A perfect gradient is slick and modern, giving objects a futuristic glow or a shiny, technological feeling. Grain grounds a design gives it texture and helps it feel more natural.

Building with Dynamic Content

Dynamic content allows designers to build faster, build bigger, and include more complexity without increasing the amount of labor required to make adjustments. More available database tools and no-code platforms mean more people designing for the web can begin building this way, no matter their experience level.

 

Original articles from https://webflow.com/blog/web-design-trends-2022 and https://www.c7creative.com/looking-ahead-web-design-trends-to-watch-out-for-in-2022/

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