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Web Design Trends We Can Expect in 2017

Web Design Trends We Can Expect in 2017

On our last episode, we covered all the biggest graphic design trends we predict for next 2017, and we wanted to follow it up with trends we can expect to see specifically in the world of web design.

Listen as the gang goes over their favorite (and most promising) trends for 2017. Some are purely aesthetic, while some actually have a higher purpose—to increase conversions.

If you’d like to add the infographic Wes talked about to your own blog, feel free to check it out and grab the embed code here.

And for our last show of the year, we of course answer a new listener question about how to measure the success of a design project when there isn’t any hard data to back it up.

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December 29, 2016

With most print shops moving towards printing everything digitally instead of with a conventional printer, are Pantone colors becoming irrelevant? Are there any benefits to using Pantone colors in the digital printing world?



December 31, 2016

For next episode: can you go throw specific reasons you give to potential clients as to why they should NOT use cheaper website builders? (Wix, square space, wordpress etc) really need this answered thanks!



January 3, 2017

They will always be needed. It’s a standard even if just used for matching. It’s not going anywhere.


Richard Garcia

January 9, 2017

I’ve seen animated buttons on and Masterclass pulled off beautifully. I’ll be sure to follow this trend.



January 24, 2017

You should also add Adobe Experience Design CC (for Creative Cloud users) as a prototyping tool.



April 11, 2017

The animation can be done with CSS or Javascript. It’s better to do it with CSS so that your site is progressive. You can add the time to the “trasition” in css.


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