7 Web Design Trends of 2014

As a digital matketing agency, we love taking notice of the website trends that unfold on the Internet. Last year we wrote a “7 Web Design Trends of 2013” blog, so we thought we’d write one for the upcoming 2014 year as well. Here are some things we think you’ll start to see (or see more of).

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The Rise of Flat Design

If you haven’t already noticed, our digital world is getting a little flat. Recently, Apple released iOS 7—a vastly different and new interface for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Candy-colored gradients, beveled and drop-shadowed objects, and heavy lifelike textures have been replaced with solid colors and more subtle gradations.

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Making the Web Accessible

Most things in our world are made to accommodate many kinds of people, particularly, those who are disabled in some way. Braille is on most public signs, and there are wheelchair ramps on many buildings. Movie theaters offer listening devices and many vehicles can be modified to be driven in non-traditional ways (hand brakes, etc).

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WordPress vs. Joomla vs. Drupal

These days, there are many different content management systems (otherwise known as CMSs) that web developers can use to create a website. One of the most used (and our favorite) is WordPress, but there are a few others – namely Drupal and Joomla – that have been steadily growing in popularity.

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7 Web Design Trends of 2013

Web design is a delicate process and as technology advances, building a website that stands out is becoming even more difficult. Last year, we saw some web design trends popularize, such as multi-column menus and banner graphics. Here are some we think might be big this year…

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