Ultimately, a well-designed website is an essential part of growing any business.
User interface and user experience (UI/UX) designers are evolving and bringing new concepts to websites. I’m writing this article to help you be aware of several new trends that I believe we all need to consider before designing your next site.
Here are some trendy web designs for you to look at in 2022…
Dark Mode & Low Light UX Web
Dark mode and low light web designs are starting to reach their peak presence in 2022. After recognizing the amount of time that people spend staring at screens it became glaringly obvious that #darkmode was going to be a solution for users. Low Light UX also gives users a great experience and is especially beneficial for people with poor vision. Users across all walks of life just prefer to use dark mode to help prevent strain on their eyes and top companies like Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Instagram, and Whatsapp have implemented this feature already so you know it’s not going anywhere.
Chatbots are a form of artificial intelligence. People usually prefer a quick online chat while browsing the web if they have a question or are confused about something on a site… Rather than going into the menu to try and scavenge an answer, it’s easier to chat quickly with a customer representative. But most effective marketers have figured out how to turn this feature into a filtering system by creating predetermined messages. If you’re an e-commerce based business and not utilizing chatbots as an effective tool to handle FAQS and filter chats between sales opportunities vs customer service priorities then you’re falling behind on the times!
Bold and Bigger Typography
Designing and choosing the right typography for a site is truly an art form and should be focused on from the beginning of building a website’s theme. If you look at other websites, you’ll likely find that there is more text than visuals and graphics these days. So, in this case, if your typography is done correctly with the perfect size and boldness of the typeface, it can leave a much better and more memorable impression on users. I recommend using…