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Following the trend is a crucial part of the job for a website designer, Being constantly up-to-date is mandatory for us as a designer. However, there are reasons to follow the trends. Watching the work of others helps you to keep on improving your skills while being up-to-date when it comes to the Latest Technologies.

Trends have a lot to tell us about, the closer we get to understanding those things, the closer we get to get inside others’ heads.

I’ve seen advancements in technology that help us to connect better with our users, new styles that are pushing the boundaries, and a stronger focus on documentation and accessibility make the web a more consistent and accessible environment for everybody. 

Here are some of the most notable trends for web design in 2019.  

  • LOGO

A logo is the visual centerpiece of a company’s brand identity. A well-designed logo will help boost awareness and can improve your marketing and bottom line.

A poorly designed logo, or one that has outgrown your brand, can tarnish your brand.

Whether you’re looking for a logo design for a new business or considering a rebrand, your contemporary logo design should feel fresh and relevant for a long time, and not dated a year from now.

hence, the logo of your business represents your company’s identity which should be eye-catching and describes your business in 2019

  • FLAT DESIGN

Flat design is a style of interface design emphasizing minimum use of stylistic elements that give the illusion of three dimensions (such as the use of drop shadows, gradients or textures) and is focused on a minimalist use of simple elements, typography, and flat colors.

This style of design started off as just another trend, but over the years, it’s grown to become the standard for web design.

Reducing the clutter and unnecessary ornamental parts of design helps users to focus on the important parts and make it easier to navigate.

  • WHITE SPACE

Whitespace, many times referred to as negative space, is the portion of a page left unmarked, the portion that is left blank, or (as Mark would quote) the empty space in a page.

Hence, using white space to separate the different sections on your pages helps improve readability and makes it easier for users to digest important information.

  • GRID AND ASYMMETRICAL LAYOUT

The concept of the grid in design terms is an imaginary plane with horizontal and vertical lines, used to help layout elements on the page or screen. With most websites, the grid is easy to point out — you can look down the left side of the website, for example, and see the logo, title, and content, line up together, for the most part.

When you have a broken grid, you have items that are pushed around on this plane in a way that makes the grid feel less rigid, or broken.

  • RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN

Responsive Webdesign creates a system for a single site to react to the size of a user’s device—with one URL and one content source. A responsive website has a fluid and flexible layout which adjusts according to screen size.

Basically, your website will look great and work well on a desktop (or laptop), a tablet, and a mobile phone’s browser.

It is important because the number one benefit of a responsive layout is the guarantee that any user on any device will have the best experience possible on your website. Hence your website will be more accessible for the user using a different system.

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