We’ve all been there.
You have a beautiful website, you’ve got a great design and you’re happy with it, but your users don’t seem to like it, they just want to keep using the site.
That’s when it happens.
It’s a problem that’s common to all businesses.
When you can’t make it work for the people who want it the most, you end up abandoning the site and its users.
But not all websites are created equal.
In this article we’ll examine some of the top design trends for the next generation of websites.
Design trends for 2018 What are the biggest trends shaping the web in 2018?
The design landscape in 2018 is shaping up to be a pretty interesting one.
We’re still not quite there yet with the likes of Google and Apple designing their own websites, but it’s getting there.
We’ve got Pinterest, Twitter and Snapchat designing their social media accounts, and many other companies like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Etsy designing their products.
This is a huge step forward in terms of the breadth of design that we see out there, but we’ll have to wait until 2020 to see how the design trends play out in the future.
There are also a number of new mobile-first designs to look forward to, and a number that are getting more and more popular as people upgrade their devices.
Read more: 2018: The top 10 design trends you need to know