Website trends that haven’t really died out
Web Design Malaysia industry players are always looking for the newest trends to look for in order to stay in relevance and keep up to date with the best of the trends that are getting more credit. However, there are of course trends that remain to be popular throughout the years and have continued to influence the websites of today, creating hybrids that just work and a formula that never ceases to dissipate. Many trends have lasted through the years with the reasoning for the most part being that they simply work. Perhaps from technical standpoint, the creation and integration into a website is very simple or it could be considered a solid basic template to start designing. Maybe another reason as to why certain continues to be popular is the design being a used effectively on certain sites due to the aesthetic uniqueness that also makes unrepeatable. For this article, the trends don’t seem to have an expiry date that will be discussed are the minimalist design, 3 dimensional elements that are incorporated into the design, and using structured tables to place buttons or images.
- Starting with the table structure, this form of design has continued its trends just because of the simplicity in organizing the and styling the layout of the site. It didn’t mean that the site should necessarily have to be angled to fit the dimensions of a square or rectangle with the old Space Jam website being a testament as to how that argument is incorrect, the tables allow the user to fit the elements into any form with the table being a very accurate placement of the intended spots.
- 3 dimensional designs for elements such as the logo or buttons began in the early 2000s and continued to be so. The purpose of the large 3d dimensions is also a sense of scale for the various elements that you would want to add giving visiting users a clear identifications to the buttons that they should or want to press.
- Minimalist designs seems to never be a fad in world of Web Design. Multiple websites of past and present have continued to use this form, often times to convey a lot of personality and emotion to the visiting users with most certainly results being positive. A lot of creative design does come with minimalist due to how much can be invested in simple designs, taking google’s approach in web design which has only had minor site difference and the result is all but assured