Top Web Design Layout Trends of 2015

Times have changed. Nevertheless, if you try to look back at how websites have been designed in the last 10 years, you can say that nothing much has changed despite the numerous changes on the web.

More often than not, a web design comprises of a header, footer, sidebar, and the area for the main content, which seems to be the default layout. However, web design company, UI experts, and layout artists have become strong in breaking the norms and developing new web layout designs, even taking them to a new and exciting level.

The year 2015 is drifting near to its end, and here is our list of layouts that have already impacted the web design industry by providing the users a fascinating and dynamic experience.

Split Screens

This is one of the most captivating web layout trends that you need to watch out for not only this 2015 but in the coming years. If you wish your website to stand out, you should seriously acknowledge the split screen layout.

However, split screens provide a great deal of ease to users, especially if they are potential customers, as they are provided two sections to check so that they can easily find the item they wish to purchase, or a service that they need to avail. They can do it without having to spend a lot of time, thanks to the reduced clutter on the website and its more streamlined look.

Container-Free/ No Chrome Layouts

One of the crucial elements used in web design is containing elements, such as boxes, borders, shapes and containers of all types. They are useful to divide the content of a page separately. However, things have changed recently as more and more websites are getting rid of these extra chromes. The new trend that many websites have embraced features the removal of any graphic structure to give way to a more free and open style.

This trend shares some familiar features with minimalism. The difference is that it is totally devoid of any visual packaging. The content of the website itself is placed at the center, attracting the attention towards it. On the other hand, the importance of the information is determined by the choice of color, position, or typography instead of the structures and the boxes.

Modular or Grid Based

Individual modules of these designs is meant to flex based on the size of the screen. When you come to think of it, this isn’t really a new approach. However, since the introduction of responsive web design, the use of this layout design has even become more in demand, thanks to its usefulness. This suggests at the type of flexible layouts one can come up with, especially with the help of plugins like Masonry.

Filling a Single Screen

This layout is a batch of the responsive design where the layout completely adheres to the screen size. This type of layout acclimate to fill the whole screen, and the whole layout does not contain scroll bars. Since scrolling is not available, the focus is mainly on the content. A single screen showcases either an image or a video clip.

And now this question: Would you opt for this filled single screen layout? Well, when you really come to think of it, since this type of layout utilizes the whole screen, the image or the video that you use will be highlighted even more. In the event that you opt to use large images, and you use a compelling one that best represents your business, those who visit your website will have a clearer idea as to what your website is all about.

The design layouts of 2015 are a clear demonstration of the fusion of diversity and experimentation that results to the blending of the traditional and novel ideas. Finally, gone are the days of predictable and monotonous web page layouts.


Originally published at vajrakayatechnologies.com on October 5, 2015.

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