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Does Your Web Design Align With These Latest Trends?

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Web Design Trends

We all know how important it is to stay ahead of the curve, and the field of web design is no exception. Staying up to date can be a challenge, so a little help from those in the know goes a long way. DesignAdvisor has taken the time to create a fascinating infographic called ‘Web Design Trends 2019 as Defined by 14 Case Studies’. It shows how time after time, even small changes can make a huge difference, boosting your conversions and profits as a result. Underestimating the impact of good web design can come at a cost to the success of your business.

Redesigning or Starting Up

Maybe you’ve been wondering what you can do to revamp or liven up your website, or perhaps you’re just starting out and putting together your first website. This infographic could help you get off to a great start as you implement some of these latest trends. And in case you’re worried about the cost of all this – studies have shown that for every $1 invested in user experience there is a $100 return!


Indeed, any expense and effort you put into your web design are bound to bring favorable results, as long as you stay on the right track. As you look through the list of features that make for successful web design, ask yourself where your website might be lacking and let the convincing case studies spur you on to make some improvements. For example, how easy is it to navigate your site? Does it have good search functionality? Is your contact information clearly visible and easy to find? Surprisingly, well over half of your visitors (64% to be precise) are likely to look for your contact details as soon as they land on your page. And of course, it’s essential to have a responsive design in this mobile-centric day and age.

All this and much more is what you can look forward to as you check out the infographic. See how you can stay ahead of the curve as you align your web design with these latest trends.

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