As we rapidly approach the end of 2016 we thought this is a great time to ask, User experience: what can we expect in 2017? We’ve been scouring the net for some of the best articles and predictions for UX in the new year. From the guys over at UX Magazine we bring you the 13 design predictions for 2017. Then head over to Creative Bloq who are exploring trends in UI over the coming year.
From gradients, typography and gradients to failure mapping (yes, you read that correctly!) and tamagotchis, there’s a great deal on the user expereince cards for 2017
2015 was the year that UX disciples the world over proved themselves to be the singular champions of free thought in design. A future where little big details bring about user delight at every corner, where device agnostic pixel perfection is the norm, and where simple day-to-day experiences engage, excite, and stimulate users in new and innovative ways. To architect the experiences of tomorrow, you must first design the interactions of today. See the full post here at uxmag.com
The world of web and UI design is a fast moving one, and it can be hard to keep up to date in the face of ever-changing trends and developments. As 2016 slowly draws to a close, we pick out 10 of the most important trends that we believe you should be implementing in 2017 – and why. Read more at creativebloq.com
In the 21st century, a brand is practically nonexistent if it does not have a website page. And, a brand is practically insignificant if it doesn’t have an eye-catching, unique website design. It is extremely important for web designers to be on top of the current website trends for their brands to thrive. Read more at krausgroupmarketing.com
Many modern websites share similar traits, and most web designers have their opinions on what looks good and works well. So what can we expect to change in future? What new things will every website be doing in 2017, and what can we expect to see disappear as we move forward? See the full post here pixelkicks.co.uk
Do you know of any up and coming user experience trends for 2017? Contact us and let us know!