Website Design, 25 Unique Ideas to Enhance Appearance and Functionality. – Part 2
We have compiled, from separate sources, 25 Website Design Ideas.
In digital marketing, we often talk about the importance of advertising campaigns, content marketing, and SEO. But we rarely talk about design, which is a key component of any solid digital marketing strategy. Design goes beyond developing graphics and visual imagery around a brand or a product. It involves a high level of problem-solving through imagery.
Before they even read the copy on a landing page or ad, the first thing visitors see and process are the visuals. According to research, the human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text. So, it’s important to keep this in mind when developing a digital marketing strategy, especially considering that today’s audiences have an increasingly shorter attention span that has to be captivated at the first glance.
One of the recent trends in web technology, Material design is clearly the next big thing in website design trends. With Google behind the wheel, it seems like material design is soon to become the philosopher’s stone of UI and UX trends. The number of websites, apps and games which utilize the material design principles, is growing by the day.
But is this style an absolute advantage? Will it fit into modern web design standards, and work for all purposes and audiences? In this article, we will try to define the major perks and flaws of material design, and see what it’s really good for.
For a good period now, the dark mode design is trending in both web and mobile design, and even though it has different shapes and shades, reinventing it proved to be difficult enough.
There are many versions and rumors about the history of the dark mode: Some said it’s Apple who invented it, others say about Google, and of course a ton of other versions we’ve all heard about it. If it is to go back to roots, here at Mobit
eam, we think differently, and probably you would agree on what made the dark mode popular: the code.
Scrolling is boring. If you want to grab attention, you need to implement scrollytelling. It’s a form of narrative that can be presented both on a page and in an app. Design a website where with each scroll illustration, fonts, snippets of text and other elements begin to come to life. Of course, you’ll want to see the end of this story. The story that, like a video game, takes you through a maze of symbols. You can’t influence its course, but you feel like a participant in the events on screen.
Scrollytelling will be pretty much on every popular website you’ll see in 2022. Users are sick of pages stuffed with information they didn’t ask for.
Chatbots are the most widely used form of artificial intelligence (AI), and experts predict the chatbot market size will grow from $2.9 billion in 2020 to $10.5 billion by 2026. Why? Companies recognize the multitude of benefits chatbots offer. From collecting information, qualifying leads, booking meetings, handling support tickets, answering low-level questions, streamlining sales, and more, there’s a lot a chatbot can do for your company.
What’s even more fascinating about the capabilities of a chatbot? They keep growing. Businesses and people find new ways to utilize them, and trends emerge. Ready to see how you can implement a chatbot for your team? Check out some of the biggest trends and use cases we’re following in 2022.
We hope that the ideas within this article have helped. Please check back tomorrow for the next article in this series.
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