What We Love and Hate About One-Page Websites

What We Love and Hate About One-Page Websites

The mobile revolution has made scrolling more preferential than clicking so the one-page website trend is here to stay. Do not be fooled by the simplicity of single-page websites, because they often have all the components of a multi-page website like full-page images, description of products or services, testimonials, photo gallery, testimonials and a contact form. Thanks to web development technologies like CSS3 and AJAX, you can conveniently direct your visitors to specific sections similar to a multi-page website. We are sure that you have seen them out there and we wanted to discuss some of the things that we love and hate about one page websites.

Top Trends That Will Shape Web Design

Top Trends That Will Shape Web Design

The web has evolved a lot over the last two-plus decades but some longtime web designers and developers have remained set in their ways. Sure I don’t see them being out of work anytime soon but it is it is important to keep abreast of the trends. I remember graduating in 2005 in graphic design only to find that there were very few print design jobs out there because the web was making all of them obsolete. However, even today, there are still colleges churning out graphic design majors like there is no tomorrow despite the bone-dry market. Thus, here are some very noteworthy, game-changing trends to remember when you are cranking out your next Photoshop mockup or mobile-friendly website.