There are many web design trends that have recently been popular. But just like trends in fashion design, they tend to become outdated and become anti-trends. In this article, we have collected some of the worst, outdated and useless trends that you should forget about forever and not use them in your work.
No call to action
The main goal of creating a website is to encourage your users to do something: read more, share content with their friends, or make purchases. It is extremely important to give visitors the opportunity to register, subscribe, buy, follow, or download. Continue reading
Spacious. Minimalist. Clean. A large amount of empty space has become a classic technique when designing applications for consumers.
And it’s not that I hate this trend. Effective use of empty space is attractive and can significantly improve the usability of a simple interface. Long live the empty space!
But what about complex interfaces? Enterprise application developers understand what I mean: control panels that support innovative technologies, information-intensive logistics systems, and accounting systems with a large amount of data. These are the tools that our users use every day to do their work. Continue reading
Oh, the ‘ 90s … this era has given us so much. Grunge was on the rise, the East coast was at war with the West in hip-hop. Everyone wore high-waisted jeans and shirts, and their feet (ideally) were Converse. In addition, this decade has given us the series “Friends”, “the Simpsons” and “South Park”. And everything that comes to mind – pop culture, politics, fashion-was somehow rude, uncouth. This view marked an era.
Fast forward to the present: this image of the 90s returns to a new level. And it can’t be stopped. Continue reading