You should give the source some credit.http://www.webdesign.org/web-design-basics/design-principles/web-design-trends-2013.22199.html
I was reading an interesting article and thought I might share it with you. “6 Web Design Trends That (I Hope) Will Disappear in 2013” 1. Overcomplicated design. 2. Home page rotating banner. 3. Business porn (aka stock photos) 4. Pop-overs and interstitial messaging. 5. The premature CTA. 6. The never-ending form.http://www.clickz.com/clickz/column/2234444/6-web-design-trends-that-i-hope-will-disappear-in-2013
What i see more and more is “template look and feel” (based on template or designed from scratch) :
option1 : sliders on top, responsive, big icons, big buttons, big footer with tweeter feed, stock photo with smiling business women
option2 : paralax effect + nice pictures
Web design galleries are full of theses
Pretty much spot on.
I’d like to add subtle CSS animations in there as well.
Thanks for the info, I just saw it! I hope its not too late
Cool info May i share this picture other place?
I think small fonts are making a come back too
That and mega saturation.
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We had such stuff years ago with Flash. No biggie.
So boring always the same like trends for the last past years. And who says there are trends anyway? Some blogs who write about it just to have another article? The value of these ‘trends’ articles are almost zero.
Like the one under the link christopherjon posted: “Skeuomorphism”, now it should be a trend while a year ago things like that where a total ‘no-go’ according to some ‘mayor blogs’ .
Trend from now on: Stop creating trends articles, cuz ya full of sh*t