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8 May 2017
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Highlights of 2014 Web Design

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Posted By Ron B.

The year 2014 has officially arrived, and a lot of people are wondering about the web design trends that should be expected this year. Well, the predictions for North Carolina web design and Greensboro web design aren't so different with the trends that dominated the past year. It's safe to say that if your business website was designed using 2013's trends, there's no need for a major revamp this year. A slight tweak here and there would probably suffice to keep your website looking fresh and updated.

For 2014, "less is more" still reigns. Minimalism continues to be the center of web design. So, if you're building a website from scratch this year, think simple when it comes to the interface. Every page should have a few design elements as possible. The simpler it is, the better.

Amp up creativity with the typography. The words on your page don't have to look flat and boring. Thanks to this 2014 web design trend, you can utilize stylized fonts to make your website look pleasing to the readers' eyes. In the hands of a clever design, typography can successfully deliver information and art in one.

When iOS7 hit the world, it immediately became a hit, and its popularity isn't waning down. This year, flat designs are still in. The elimination of gradients and drop shadows paved the way for simpler and sleeker look and feel of web design. Moreover, color choice should be kept to a minimum. For 2014, clean and simple is key in choosing color palettes for websites.

For years, the sidebar has been a crucial tool in navigating websites. But for 2014, the sidebar is expected to make its appearance less and less. With this straightforward, no-clutter approach to web design, it's easy to keep all information literally within the four corners of the screen. So scrolling up and down becomes unnecessary.

Photos and videos will become more popular as channels of information. It seems that people have become busier nowadays, making it more challenging to catch and hold their attention. So, to deliver a good amount of info using the shortest amount of time possible, the use of videos and photos will reign in 2014. Text will still be important, but it should definitely be kept short. Long paragraphs and wordiness should definitely be eliminated. So, whenever text is used, make sure there should be no beating around the bush.

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