|Best 10 Web Design Trends of 2016
Design is constantly changing, succinctly captured in Heidi Klum’s Project Runway catchphrase: “One day you’re in, and the next day you’re out.” The world of web design is no exception, as a practice human-computer interaction continues to evolve and as bandwidth and technology expand, web design is now more editorial and immersive. Beyond the year providing an extra touch of TLC for users, 2016 trends are a precursor to the internet of the near future.
Here are the best ways web design made use of the latest trends throughout 2016.
Microinteractions occur between bigger interactions. For instance, a “ding” sound when someone has liked a photo you’ve uploaded or a simple animation after pressing a button. The feedback from Microinteractions is critical in creating an immersive mobile design, but small enough not to distract. In fact, they can help teach users how to navigate and interact with a website. Microinteractions can also strengthen brand identity and help guide a user’s attention.
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