5 Web Design Trends for 2014

5 Web Design Trends for 2014


Well, it's finally December and it's often a time where people tend to reflect on the past twelve months and get excited about new ideas for the future. I would like to take this time to highlight 5 design trends of the web that we have seen creep up and will definitely be around in 2014.

Continuous Scrolling eliminates the need for the user to click to get to the next story or image. This is a leading factor in changes of other elements of the design.

Fifth Avenue Tumblr Theme by Pixel Union

Nicanian II - WordPress Theme by templaza

Expo by Pixel Union

Larger Fonts. One major reason for larger fonts is improved screen resolution as well as responsive font design. The use of media queries and the new CSS3 relative font sizing units allow more flexibility in this area of design.

Verb Regular Webfonts by Yellow Design Studio

Olio Family by Max Little

Prohibition Typeface by Hold Fast Foundry

Responsive Mobile Design. Websites of 2014 need to be responsive. This is one trend that isn't turning back. New enhancements in CSS3 makes this easier and easier all the time.

SW Go Responsive WordPress Theme by SmartAddons

WordPress Canvas - A Starter Theme

Fashion Mag Responsive Theme by Dessign

Flat Design is the topic of conversation every day in the world of web design. Even though Windows technically went flat first, once Apple embraced this design trend as well, it is everyone now.

Flat UI Web Kit by ChrisFarina

Flatvoid Vector Devices by YD-LABS

Parallax Scrolling displays the webpage as multiple layers whereas the background layer scrolls at a different speed than the foreground layer.

 One Page Architect Effects by dxthemes

Parallaxer Bootstrap 3.0 Responsive

Create - Adobe Muse Theme by MuseLayers

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Do you have any design trend ideas that we need to watch out for in 2014? Let us know what they are!


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Thanks, Sarah! This is a great summary, and some really beautiful examples.

Much appreciated. :)
Thanks, very useful.
awesome post, great info

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