Web Design Psychology Tips

Web Design Psychology Tips

We have some web design psychology tips to help enhance your design knowledge. You may produce beautiful and brilliant websites, but sometimes even the best design can simply not appeal to users due to overlooking subconscious factors. For example, having a good grasp of layout and colour means users will have an easier time navigating your site. Knowing some of these visible and invisible elements can really enhance your design and help to make it all the more engaging.

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Web Design Trends 2016 – Part Two: The Look

Continuing from our Web Design Trends 2016 – Part One: The Design, here’s how things are literally looking for web design in the year to come.

Not-so-stock photography

Stock photography as we know it is fast falling out of favour. This is happening for many reasons. Firstly, overuse has led to contempt. Secondly, the rise of social media and visual platforms has only highlighted the gulf between genuine photos and cheesy setups. Thirdly, the human brain is very visual, meaning that in combination with the first two points, the stock in such photography is plummeting, if you pardon the pun.

This doesn’t mean that stock photography will cease to exist¬†(or if you pardon another pun, continued to be stocked); it’s just going to start looking far more natural, personable, and less posed.

When stock photography isn’t used, expect to see it replaced by some of the others aesthetic web design trends, such as…

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