8 Reasons Why Pageless Design Must Be Future of the Web

Web designing has undergone a tremendous paradigm shift for the last few years. It’s getting boom & would soon going to overtake the leadership role with designers and developers to put in some efforts to bump the overall web platform in the right direction. Do you know what track is that?

The one where websites, are going to be floating freely coming out of the breath of those obsolete conventional of print designing with a full -action digital platform mode used to built them . Where we kick out old-fashioned elements like pages to the limit and rather fashion up distinctive & satisfying, web-native user experiences.

Technology advancements from browser ability to broadband margins and of course HTML, CSS and JavaScript being the edge, there is a room for vast improvement and is all the way waiting for us to make it turn out.

Today’s article post is a bird’s eye view of how creative & possible a page less website is with an added list of eight reasons why page less design should be the bright future of the web. Take this post as fantastic talking points that you can put in front of your customers, clients, boss & other developers or designers to prepare a two –minute, convincing pitches on why page less design could be far better for their users & can take your web to the next level.

  1. Story tells it all — bring your visitors to action

We off course know the purpose of a website & that’s to better get in touch with our current and potential community but how about to have website that compel to take actions? How you can do that? It’s simply being telling your story to your people!

Your prospects, customers, enthusiasts & future partners have every right to know you & only then they can take actions that you want. Stories quite simply presents the ‘big’ message delivery vehcicle that inspires, can be heard , can be an interesting read & eleict reposne additinally , web gives us the opportunity to take the lead in our hands , not relying on that traditional media, to express our thoughts openly on our own. If done positvely & captivatingly it can bring wonders.

2. It’s seamless, spontaneous and easy to digest

Today, almost every website welcomes you with certain bold usual trends: a big image slider, top / side navigation bar, main body of text/images/icons/symbols and a sidebar with different links, metaphors and CTA’s. Or with a warm contact page that asks for your email address promptly without giving you a chance to get the business know actually . Isn’t it boring?

How about to try having a scattered, graceless & blunt experience this time?

It’s a page less site that opens up with scattered line themes of a great story behind it as soon as the user lands on it. The ultra modern yet simple design gets out of the visitors’ way and the story you’re trying to tell takes center stage for the entire journey through the site.

It’s time to lit the flames on & turn your website into a talking tom with creative & scattered layout that your visitors would definitely love to scroll.

3. Its enjoyable

With the amazing HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript advancements, we are able to merge interactive elements all through our story to attract our visitors & stay hard, making them delighted on a “gut level” that simply can’t be accomplished via mere fact listing. Interactive doors that open up, flip and fold boxes, chiming or animating buttons in creative ways have always been the most loved types of “bubble wrap” interactions with proven pleasing texture and emotional context to the story we’re trying to enlighten.

With a design that goes beyond simply looking excellent & good in terms of feel too, the designer is able to create addicting feedback loops that motivates the user to take actions just for the sake of fun. For instance, things like clicking a button, a colorful pop-up etc are built especially on the website for spontaneous call to actions , these enjoyable acts or micro-experiences definitely makes the conversion rates rise up with user delight.