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Great designers always have an absolute ability to not only point out problems but also give solutions for them. Generally design projects starts with business problems, so your designer must know what is not working at your company and what should be the solution to make it work well.
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WEB DESIGNTRENDS Every year, Web design grows and so many awesome things are being published daily. can only imagine that the best is yet to come in 2015, including many of the trends we predicted for 2014. While many of those trends will still be around in 2015 (and probably 2016), it’s time to see what new trends are likely to emerge in 2015. While everyone is reflecting on the year that was and looking ahead to the year that will be, let’s take a look at some Web design trends we will likely see when we turn the calendar to 2015.
HUGE BACK GROUND IMAGES “ Front-end developer Benjamin Hallways expects more massive background images in 2015, "used alongside rich typography and subtle parallax effects", largely due to the lead taken by massive brands such as Apple and Google Nexus. In 2014, the biggest web design trends included: grid layouts, flat design, background videos, and the increasing capabilities of HTML5 APIs.
CARD-BASED DESIGN Creative director Heraldry thorefsson says card-based design will be big: "Content needs to fit on different types and sizes of screen, and cards are the easiest way to make that work across platforms.“ He adds this presents a design challenge, since cards can be dull, "but we're seeing fun, clever takes on this from companies like Google".
DIGITAL-FRIST BRANDING Clear left founder Andy Budd (clearleft.com) says "as more companies realize their customers' primary experience with them is online, we'll see more digital-first-approaches to branding". He predicts companies "ditching traditional branding agencies who treat the web with the same care as a branded mug", instead "commissioning digital agencies to conceive a brand that works first online before filtering down to other channels."
OPEN DATA Sally Jenkinson says open data's been on the rise, but many digital spaces remain "more closed than ever" and so "leaders such as The Open Data Institute are working to promote more openness". She reckons this will gain public awareness in 2015, and projects will respond accordingly, in terms of publishing and consumption.
RESPONSIVE DESIGN – EVOLVED Designer Victor Ericson (minimalt.se) expects the industry to "continue maintaining simple and minimal aesthetics," with the web "becoming fully customized for different viewports". But others see responsive design going further. Jonathan Smiley thinks we'll see "responsive design practices become more important in native apps," in part through a proliferation of wear able. "Apple Watch, for example, relies on a responsive-like flow to accommodate a small screen, and so while 2015 isn't the year the web and native become the same, it'll get us much closer."
DESIGNING OR SOLVING PROBLEM Great designers always have an absolute ability to not only point out problems but also give solutions for them. Generally design projects starts with business problems, so your designer must know what is not working at your company and what should be the solution to make it work well. Designer must be updated about problems and solutions while designing project. By making awesome designs does not mean that it will generate bunch or leads and your business will going to get a good change. And when this will not happen, you will blame your designer though it is not his fault at all. He gave you the design as you demanded to him. Source :www.socialhunt.net/blog/web-design-project-the-effective-guidelines/
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