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Web Design Trends – Responsive Web Design

Web-Design-Blog-Responsive-Web-DesignNowadays technology is getting a part of everyday life so as expected websites are no longer viewed only on a computer monitor but after the rise of mobile devices such as iPads, iPhones and other smart phones there’s a necessity to make websites that look good on multiple devices.  As we are moving into the digital age the job of a modern web designer is getting more difficult, the direction in which web designers are heading in this quest for universal access is called “Responsive Web Design.”  Many articles have been written about responsive web design making us consider it as a hot topic, but the question is, is it truly the next big thing that designers should consider?

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Current Web Design Trends 2011-2012

Web Design Blog - Current Web Design Trends
As we move into a new decade, web design trend has also changed. The current trend is not about beauty, it’s all about function. The Internet has provided designers with such a huge platform to get creative, create innovative ideas and break design barriers, it allows the designers to apply variations and modify existing trends to make their mark in the market. Global access to every kind of tool and technique is the heart of the creative touch, allowing designers from all over the world to explore new possibilities.

Successful website design demands keeping up with current web design trends. With ever-changing design trends and techniques, web designers love to experiment with things to come up with a creative and new concept that attract the visitors. 2011 has been an incredibly verdant year for web designers; we have noticed lots of changes in the web design industry. Mobile has hit the mainstream; Web typography has reached new levels of sophistication; new coding techniques have vastly improved our ability to get creative with the design. All in all, it’s been a year that’s moved fast, even by the standards of the web. However it will be tough to predict the evolution of web design industry.

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