Web Design Trends for 2017

Website trends have always kept changing depending on user’s feedback, SEO and coding methods. 2016 has been great for website design with people trying to come up with unique ideas. Here we run down few promising trends that we predict for the coming year:

  • Visual appeal with flat design

Flat design has gained popularity in 2016 and will become even more popular in 2017. In flat design the sections are arranged next to each other neatly which makes the website easy to interact with. Clean appearance which has been liked by users visually will be a major focus. Simplicity will be the key to make the website visually appealing.

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Material Trends in Exhibition Stand Design

The exhibition stand is changing. In the past, exhibitors used heavy materials to set up an exhibition booth that was cumbersome to build and to move. Today, the focus on the use of lightweight materials, and in particular fabric, means that the exhibition stand is lightweight and less expensive.

Current trends in the exhibition stand design worldwide include an increased use of various materials such as fabric, an emphasis on lighting, creating a “box” design, building organic shapes, and using bold colours.

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You Gave Me What I Asked for But Not What I Wanted! (Part 1)

User Experience Design

Picture the following scenario: You’re the project manager ready to deliver the new system your team has been developing for the past two years. Millions of dollars have been spent during those two years to gather requirements, define the system, build an architecture and models, create a work breakdown structure and project schedule with resource allocation, build the system components, integrate, test, validate, fix problems and finally the day is at hand: delivery. You deliver the system with great fanfare and you are confident the system will deliver as promised: greater efficiencies, cost savings, improved customer service, and increased revenue.

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The 5 Imperative Elements for a Successful Website Design in 2017

As the years pass by, we see fresh arrivals of new website design elements and styles. As a matter of course, it is imperative to include those key ingredients as they successfully help you to evoke out your brand’s voice in the best possible way. While it’s certainly not necessary to fit and flaunt every emerging element on your website, but at the core, many of them have the potential to improve your visitor’s experience at a much significant level.

Let’s find out the best recipe of what it takes to meet your modern audience’s expectations in 2017. Save it in your arsenal.

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Revealing The Top 5 UX Design Trends To Follow In 2017

Fads are meant to fade. Trends make entry to exit. Being concerned with the similar fashion, it becomes gruesome to follow the hierarchy of elements that binds a rudimentary design. Since 2017 is on the tip, and web design industry is also ready with the key changes and updates to roll out in the successive year. Here is the list aggregating the User Interface UI design trends that will make the developers think twice before using. Take a sneak peek.

  1. ODD COLORS AND BOLD TYPOGRAPHY

This year we all have used and seen the domination of super rich and bold color tones brightening up the user interfaces, the penchant of these vibrant hues has even confirmed its effortless presence in the leading year, thereby, opening the gateways for more bright interfaces, vivid color palettes, duotones and bold gradients in UIs.

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Customer Experience Vs User Experience

User Experience Design

In a shifting B2B customer landscape, with buyers moving 57% of the way through the customer journey before contacting sales, it is critical to understand what touchpoints are influencing the purchase decision. For B2B marketers, prioritizing the customer needs when developing a B2B marketing strategy is key. Often this discipline of elevating how to meet these customer needs falls into one of two camps: customer experience (CX) and user experience (UX).

It is important for marketing leaders to understand how customer experience and user experience must work together to align with the buyer journey and engage their ideal customers.

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