Micro-mini interactions are interactive animations that can make user interface more appealing. The animations can communicate state and provide feedback and even help people visualize the results of their actions.
Apparently weather apps are in high demand. Go figure. According to WP Shrug, the company that offers WordPress support and maintenance, and who made this infographic, plenty of UX designers are focusing on weather apps.
This isn’t exactly new, but now that more people connect to the Internet via smart phones and tablets, making mobile a priority is essential.
It might seem counter-intuitive but one of the ways web designers are creating more natural interactions for users and companies, is with chat bots.
Responsive design makes websites more dynamic, allowing for its contents to adjust and even be rearranged, depending on the screen size the content is being viewed on. It’s right up there with “mobile first” in terms of design priorities.
Haptic feedback is the technology, which refers to the use of sense of touch in a user interface, such as a virtual keyboard.
Unique typography, personalized illustrations (like the ones our designer creates for every blog post!) and authentic photography; here’s how to create designer quality images for free.
Flat design, like Google’s website and Pinterest cards — in which sections of content are displayed as individual cards — make it easy to navigate around a website.
Parallax is a scrolling mechanic which gives the illusion of a 3D experience to users. It can make websites look more dynamic.
Insights should go beyond views and unique visitors. When insights tell you which part of a website could be improved, or discarded, a brand can increase engagement with its customers.