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3 Essential Design Trends, February 2021
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3 Essential Design Trends, February 2021

It’s hard to believe we are more than a month into 2021 already. But that means more trends to dive into this year, right? So far, the biggest trend of 2021 in website design is an overall lack of people in imagery. It’s not that surprising with a worldwide pandemic happening, but it can mean that designers are branching out in other ways to enhance visual interest in their designs. Here’s what’s trending in design this month. 1. Non-Traditional Nav An interesting way to create visual interest can be to mix up the location, size, or placement of the main navigation menu. While it can be hard to think about not using a top navigation element or a corner placement for a hamburger menu or icon, it is a solid option depending on the number of menu items and surrounding content. And there ...
3 Essential Design Trends, January 2021
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3 Essential Design Trends, January 2021

Don’t drop the ball on these website design trends for the new year. All of the trends featured here this month are visual in nature – not as many user interface elements as previous months, but all just as stunning and usable. Here’s what’s trending in design this month. 1. 3D Scenes on White (Light) Three-dimensional scenes are not just a trend this month but are likely to be one of the biggest website design trends that you see all year. They offer a great way to show off product imagery, design something with illustrations or animation for visual impact, and provide usability and understandability cues for users. It’s a versatile technique that can work with real or created images and are also “COVID-friendly,” something designers have had to think a lot about in the past few mont...