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The Interface Revolution in Web Design: Beauty in Simplicity

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web developementWeb design, as shown in recent trends, is taking a bold turn and going for less in overall look and feel.

It has been said that a design can only be called perfect when it has been rid of the non essential elements. believes that keeping a web design simple gives it an elegant and unobtrusive beauty that results in training focus on the fundamentals, rather than distracting or confounding the beholder.

This new wave of thinking about design has deemed many of the off-putting elements obsolete. Background colors, image overcrowding, complicated layouts, varieties of font styles and sizes – these have been revamped to present a cleaner and simpler appearance, swapping visual overload for space, light and minimalism.

No More Header Images

Following the huge popularity of background images in the last few years, sometimes featuring relevant text juxtaposed over it, nowadays the trend seems to be the opposite. Large headers are now simply just that – some header text and nothing else. Not only does this not distract the user from the intended focal point of the page, it also speeds up site performance.

Fixed Center Width

Numerous websites have also seen the advantage of banding, or fixing the page elements, particularly the images and text, within a pre-defined width. This enables the page to run in a cleaner and faster fashion, while (with the absence of distractions) enabling the user to keep the eyes centered on the content.

Scrolling Over Linking

Many of the new and redesigned websites feature seemingly lengthier formats, which enable the user to favor the use of the scroll button over clicking on links. As the use of gadgets and mobile devices become inevitable and increasingly widespread, websites have also adapted to the subsequent need of their users to be able to browse content and utilize their products and services more conveniently. One-page websites and simple page scrolling are used instead of slide presentations or links, which require clicking and constant loading of page elements.

Web design specialists have started to recognize the sophisticated yet minimalistic design interface, which enables users to retrieve information quickly and enjoy website content more extensively.

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