The web design process has become complex to achieve a better website design that is useful to the business owner and most importantly the end user. Consumer habits and technology evolves each day, new digital tools released and SEO algorithms changing making it harder for web developers to keep up.
Nowadays, being present online is essential for your business big or small. With the growth of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, responsive web design has become a vital part of any website design project.
A responsive web page responds to or resizes itself depending on the device type the viewer sees it. Smaller screens mean more enhancements and businesses should have creative, practical and also fast loading websites to attract more people.
Website design trends change every year. Typographic animations, broken grid layouts and fluid effects are just a few popular trends of this year. We’ll continue to see minimalist/clean, flat, interactive and of course responsive web designs in next years.
Your website needs to be responsive to every device, web browser and operating system to bring the best experience. TG Daily’s article mentions about how you can make your website responsive with typography and grid design.
A great B2B web design should be informative, captivating and persuasive. B2B product and services websites have to be designed and optimized for a different audience than consumer-focused websites. DBS Interactive provides 8 great examples of B2B web design like functional minimalism, perfectly placed call-to-action and clearly defined value proposition.
You need to take necessary precautions to keep your WordPress safe and protect it from cyber-attacks. The security level of your site is also affecting the page speed. You can read Framework’s article to learn how to protect and also speed up your WordPress website.