As more of our interactions — both business and personal — migrate online, intuitive design and user experience have never been more important.
The fast pace at which the digital world is changing means there’s always a new trend on the up and up promising to skyrocket our results.
Last year we saw the rise of mobile-first design, full-width hero images and user-driven storytelling. This year we’re seeing a big push toward hyper-personalization, bots and even (shameless plug) targeted overlays.
Ultimately, though, we marketers are most interested in trends that make the most impact where it truly counts… conversions.
The brilliant folks at The Deep End Design have whittled down the ever-growing list of design and UX trends to bring you only the most promising ones.
Of course, as with all trends, we don’t truly know their worth until we can test them out for ourselves. So don’t take this list as gospel. Rather, use it as a jumping off point when planning initiatives for the upcoming quarter and beyond.
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