5 web design trends you need to know before 2022

5 web design trends you need to know before 2022

Navigation, content, aesthetic design, and other web aspects will never go away. However. every year, new trends in these areas emerge. As a web designer, keeping up with the latest trends can enable you to make minor changes to maintain your site current.

Today, we’re looking at the top 2022 trends and inspirations.

1️⃣ Immersive Image Design

You should consider this if you are constructing a website that sells a real-world experience. Allowing the customer to “feel” something is the most effective approach to selling it.

immersive image design

2️⃣ Motion

Motion is always obvious in an otherwise quiet or still context, and carefully placed and well-timed motion added to information can truly make a website stand out. Applying motion to the text should be used only on material that you want the visitor to pay attention to.

Motion Design

3️⃣ Line Art Backgrounds

Line art will be used to provide visual appeal and to supply visitors with useful info. Directing a visitor on the right path doesn’t necessitate the use of pointing fingers. Abstract designs suggest that a point can be used to get the same result.

Line Art

4️⃣ Storytelling

The text helps people analyze and identify items and services, thus converting prospects into customers. Language can convey messages that design alone cannot, and you can ensure that the user knows your objective, making your company appealing and relatable.

Storytelling

5️⃣ Real-life experiences

3D images are another excellent technique to give your website a more realistic feel. Unlike basic 2D photos, 3D graphic representations can allow customers to interact with your products and services in a unique way, delivering an engaging experience.

real life experiences

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