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Biggest Web Development Trends To Watch For In 2017

December 17, 2017 | Stark Digital |


As the world is getting more and more digitally sound, users are expecting more from their online UX (User Experience). We use technology in almost every field including baking, shopping, reading news, and tutorials. 

People are demanding interactive and relevant web designs. This means web designers have to face the biggest challenge while understanding the user's thought process. Below are some biggest web development predictions to watch out for in 2017:


AI (Artificial Intelligence):

If you talk about future and technology, AI is always on the high priority list. With simpler and easily available tools it is expected that AI may be introduced in developing as well. Big companies like Facebook, Google and Microsoft have already started working on AI in web designing. 

Virtual Reality:

If we talk about gaming, virtual reality has already engulfed this industry. VR or virtual reality is expected to be one of the key drivers in web designing. In the coming years, we will be witnessing virtual reality in various different applications. 

Focus on Animation:

Web designers are focusing on animation to attract more and more customers to their websites. A lot of websites uses animations and GIF’s as they are the on going mainstream. 

Bigger the Better:

2016 witnessed bigger and eye-catching font size. Typography works well with drawing and helps in increasing user’s attentions. It is expected that brands will be using bigger, eye-catching and vibrant fonts to create a wow factor. 

Simpler Homepages:

Most of the designers are now focusing on light homepage style. They are opting for a smile design that features few words on the homepage. 

Summing Up:

Web development is a continuous process, where nothing can stand still for a long time. 2017 is expected to bring up some interesting developments in the web.

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Stark Digital

We have been in the field of web designing & software development for more than 7 years.