Web Design Trends

1. Custom illustrations

The header of her website moves with your cursor as you move your mouse throughout her webpage.

Illustrations bring your company’s image and website to life. In terms of graphics, 2023’s current web design takes cues from print media and other classic art forms. Example: Take a look at the work of famous artist Alice Lee, for example. She’s drawn bespoke graphics for big businesses including Macy’s and The Washington Post.

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full-page headers on each page

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In 2023, the current web design will favor full-page headers. There are a variety of ways to design a header, but a common approach includes placing important text or call-to-action buttons to the left of the header and using eye-catching graphics to the right of those buttons. The reason for this is that visitors prefer to spend most of their attention on the top-left portion of your page.

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full-page headers on each page

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Parallax scrolling

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Another 2023 web design trend is the use of parallax scrolling. While scrolling, you’ll see more of the site being revealed, making it seem like the site is trying to tell you something. In this Goonie’s tale site, you can observe how paralax scrolling makes the content exciting and engaging by taking a brief look. Dynamic scrolling is another way to include background video into a user’s experience. Make your photographs look as if they were created magically by using this approach to set off animations.

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Parallax scrolling

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There is a lot of white space.

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Like print magazines, modern website design is returning to simplicity with an emphasis on meaningful white space. In the same way that natural currents carry people from one element to the next, white space establishes a visual hierarchy so that no part of your site is overshadowed by anything else. White space gives viewers a chance to take a breather, allowing their eyes to relax. Defining linkages between page components also helps with understanding. With minimal white space between two components, the human eye sees them as a single entity. On the other hand, your eyes will see two things as distinct if they are separated by a greater distance.

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There is a lot of white space.

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A greater emphasis on user experience and user interface design

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Websites nowadays typically incorporate cursors that change the way users interact with the content on the page. In 2023, it’s possible to implement entertaining cursors on your website by modifying the form of the cursor or by implementing cursor-triggered animations. Visitors will have a blast interacting with custom cursors, regardless of how you go about it. An excellent example of this is Paolo Fornasier’s web portfolio, where he has a beautiful cursor. You may see various photographs and hear a piano tone as you scroll through the vertically aligned text in the navigation menu by moving your mouse over it.

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Animated cursors

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The use of a grid system

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It’s expected that human-centered web design will become more prevalent between 2020 and 2023. In the year 2023, your site’s user experience (UX) must be seamless, uninterrupted, and engaging. In other words: Page loading time is quite short. Just a little of clutter (take advantage of the white space!) SEO-friendly multimedia content In order to produce a fantastic user experience, web designers must combine utility with originality and innovation.

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Headers for images

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Trends in color for 2023

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