Web Design Trends for 2020
Millennials pages are a growing trend that became evident more than six months ago. It’s gaining momentum, and there’s no chance it’s going to end. There are a number of reasons for that. First of all, slowly but surely, millennials are becoming a target audience with financial independence, so you can’t afford to miss the opportunity.
Websites Targeting Millennials
Millennials pages are a growing trend that became evident more than six months ago. It’s gaining momentum, and there’s no hope it’ll end. There are a number of reasons for this. First of all, slowly but surely, millennials are becoming a target audience with financial independence, so you can’t afford to miss this opportunity.
Third, more and more producers are focusing their attention on young people, creating products that suit their specific needs.
At the end of the day, the most active crowd on the online expanses: they chat, they twit, they share. Therefore, websites with a touch of youthful sophistication are destined to surface here, there, and almost anywhere.
Colour of the Year: Blue against Pink
Pantone announces the colour of the year every year. 2020 is going to be all about Classic Blue, sleek, simple, and timeless. Okay, that sounds pretty good. There’s always a limit, though.
Second, as experience reveals, Pantone has no impact on the web design field. As a consequence, this news is ignored. Designers prefer to stick to the colours of the store, sprinkling them with some unusual tones. It is therefore unlikely that Classic Blue will be a major trend in web design in 2020.
Second, as the Chief Editor of WDD has said, the previous year, as well as the current year, will rather be focused around the Cyberpunk Pink Colour. This defiant sound is perfectly in line with today’s culture. It’s forward-looking and cross-cultural, and it sure encourages you to let your imagination run into anarchy.
As we mentioned earlier, 2019 was full of micro-interactions. There was an exuberance of dynamic elements in the user interface: small, big, sluggish, quick. Some of them change the basic design information while others go hand in hand with ordinary UI components. This huge trend isn’t going to leave us soon.
The general trend suggests that web developers, as well as the audience, are able to move from static to fluid interfaces. Micro-interactions, transitions, interactive effects, animations on varying dimensions and even non-static backgrounds are warmly welcomed. What can I say, people like action.
Cyberpunk, Futuristic, High-Tech Elements
Everything that brings a sense of distant future of digital conquest and universe fascination will be in demand. As a result, a refreshing web design trend in 2020 is all about the trio of cyberpunk, futuristic, and high-tech elements.
It doesn’t come like a shot from the blue sky. Like the previous trend, this trend also stems from 2019, especially cyberpunk, which became the town’s talk late last year. One point to remember, though high-tech canvas projects, as well as futuristic approaches, were strongly influenced by the retro period in the previous year: Duoton, bug, neon, and will change its direction in 2020.