Monday, January 4, 2010

Web Trends - 2010

Wondering what the next year holds for web design? Our crystal ball is predicting a refining and expansion of some of the major looks of 2009. As designers we are excited to contribute to this design revolution that is putting the viewer first - why make a boring site that doesn't captivate your audience? So lets get started - here are the design styles we think will dominate in 2010!

Sketch - Hand-Drawing
Creating your own design elements is a great way to add a personal touch to any site. Don't worry if your drawing skills are rusty, this isn't going in a museum.




The Huge Header

Takes up a lot of room and can be risky as you’re taking up valuable space, but done right it looks great and makes an impact.





Slab Typefaces

Like old Wild West "Wanted Posters", these bold typefaces can really get attention.



Retro
What's old is new with these sites!


16 comments:

  1. I'm looking forward myself to the design revolution. Thanks for sharing. And Happy New Year Peeps!
    Juz

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  2. I cay that one visible trend is the use of typography and single-page layouts, having been part of a Wales web design team. Designs are geared towards a sleeker and more professional-looking presentation while maintaining usability and simplicity.

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  3. I'd also like to add cool and minimalistic web designs, with sleek wireframing and simplistic fonts and colors that make a statement! I've been seeing a lot of those, and personally I find them very attractive. I've learned from this great web site design (Orange County) firm that design plays a vital role in internet marketing, indeed.

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  4. These designs are really cool. They catch the attention of users.

    If a website has these levels of beauty, many potential clients or users for sure will explore your website more. In Toronto, web development is very essential to most businesses to find ways in enhancing their (Toronto) website design and other website characteristics. If you have business here in Toronto, web developers are absolutely professionals and are trusted.

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  5. Very enjoyable post. I like it. Looking for more. Thanks.

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  10. Hai. Beautiful work. Write frequently and be beloved of others.Thanks.

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  12. Beautiful piece of work. Go ahead. Thanks.

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  13. This is a thoughtful and comprehensive piece. Thank you for such valuable perspectives on the website design.

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