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Web Design and huge design trends for 2018

If you are somehow connected with the Web development, you know that Web design is the face of your business, so the right design is very essential.

Web Design is one of the most important aspect of your online presence. Nearly every year the design and trends are changing. Of course there are so many quotes about Web Design, so you can always talk about it. It is an endless topic.

But there are people who can not manage to follow deisgn, trends as they  are busy. We would love to represent you 2018 web design trends that will help your website to be modern and unique

Variable fonts:

Jason Pamental (designer) thinks that variable fonts are going to make a big debut in 2018.

“Variable fonts make it possible to tailor character width for different screen sizes and languages to provide better line length, adjusting text grade (think overall foreground/background contrast) for people with low vision or in low-light scenarios, as well as adjusting the ‘optical size’ of characters as they are represented at physically smaller sizes for better readability.

Web Animation.

Animation can play a tremendous part in making ideas and interfaces easier to understand," says designer Chris Gannon. "In a world where everyone is in a hurry and time is short, animation can convey complex ideas in a short amount of time whilst at the same time engaging and informing. So what specifically in animation are we going to see more of in 2018? Animated logos is an obvious trend, and one that gives a company a big opportunity to enhance their brand further.

More creative layouts:

As more than 75 percent of people accessing the web use a browser that supports CSS Grid, and other layout-specific properties like Flexbox, writing-mode and CSS Shapes become more popular. Hui Jing hopes to see more creative layouts that utilize graphic design concepts, like overlap and vertical whitespace, yet still dynamically fallback to a feasible layout on older browsers.

Artificial Intelligence:

Chatbots and voice user interfaces, also known as conversational UIs, were a big trend last year. While a lot of them aren’t driven by AI at the moment, Clearleft co-founder and CEO Andy Budd feels the promise of AI is definitely in the air.

More adventurous colour

Over the past year we’ve seen an increase in the use of bold colours being used across digital platforms. With new tools like Khroma helping us to find more interesting ways of using colour, it seems likely we’ll see more designers exploring how colour can be used to deliver exceptional experiences.

We would love to sum up our article by the quote of famous Steve Jobs

Design is a funny word. Some people think design means how it looks. But of course, if you dig deeper, it's really how it works.

Webmozart Team!

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