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Web Design Trends of 2020
“Change is the only constant.” This adage can never go out of date, especially in today’s fast paced world. Similar to previous years, 2020, too is witnessing the evolution of newer technologies driven to making our lives easier, more comfortable, and adaptable. Let us take a sneak peek into the web design trends of 2020.
#Trend 1: WebXR API
WebXR API is an asset for presenting virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). WebXR API now enables web developers to create a fully immersive experience of virtual reality. Listed below are some of the advantages of WebXR API:
• Easy detection of available VR/AR devices.
• Analyze the devices’ capabilities.
• Display images on the devices in real time.
In addition, WebXR API is now available in Chrome.
#Trend 2: Dark Color Mode
Most of us these days are night owls and often find the white glare of the screen uncomfortable when working at night. To alleviate the disadvantages of blue light emission during night, web designers have come up with the ‘Dark Color’ mode. The dark color scheme is soothing to the eyes and saves up battery as well.
#Trend 3: Next-Generation 3D Graphics on the Web or the WebGL 3.0
Though the Web GL or Web Graphics Library came into existence in 2011, the latest version supports all major browsers, desktop, and mobile. The latest Web GL is a boon for web developers for creating amazing 3D visual effects. WebGL is a JavaScript API for producing interactive 3D graphics within any compatible browser without the use of plug-ins.
#Trend 4: SVG filter
Another major trend where you can create stunning and complicated effects without a single line of JavaScript code is the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) filter. You can combine SVG with CSS to create dips and animation. You can create unique texts and image effects.
#Trend 5: Minimalism
Minimalism is the preferred trend of the day. Customers prefer minimalistic design and white space, which in turn, generates a feel-good factor. Minimalistic design focusses on increased website loading speed and responsiveness, which are now essential components of search engine ranking. Fewer elements to load and less JavaScript to process, minimalistic design makes your website load faster and also provides an elegant look.