Top 10 Web Design Trends You Need To Know For 2018 & 2019


Web design is changing every year, day and minute. It is changing while you are studying and exploring trends. What was cool yesterday is already replaced by something cooler designed by smartypants somewhere in the east. How to catch this rhythm? Is it possible to follow every trend and have it immediately implemented on your works? No, but there is a troubleshoot. Develop your brand and corporate style recognizable and straightforward. Be a trend creator, not a trend follower.

  • Folder preview style

There is an idea to preview the content as if you are working on your desktop with folders but more delicate. Files are popping up out of the folders, the descriptions are appearing on mouse movements, the color scheme is nice, and the icons are smother. It can be minimalistic desktop design. Another option is to add this type of folder for a particular content like contacts, or other.

2. CSS text

Cascading Style Sheets is a styling language which end user would normally never see. However not in the next few years. The latest trend of using the style of CSS to write a web content is growing exponentially. Web designers are implementing a stylish wrinkle partially or everywhere. It is dangerous though because new trends tend to change.

3. Turntable.js

Web design trends often repeat a working area of your desk. If there is a nice succulent growing in a glass geometrically designed vase, why not putting the same on a homepage of your website? It adds coziness. On the other hand, when your homepage is overloaded with other graphic content like pictures of products, then the animation will be unnoticed.

4. Transition effects

Design 2018-2019 is extraordinarily creative. Imagine you have a website of an ocean and it burst with splashes and bubbles when opening a new tab. Or a firework when clicking on a phrase or picture. Transition effects may slow down the response so use reasonably.

5. StarWars or other theme menu buttons


With all this agitating around the movie, it is cool not only to wear StarWars T-shorts and backpacks but also to use the stylistics on web design. You don’t want Dart Vader on your homepage, but you do want a stylish button that looks like a red or blue sword.  Almost unnoticeable but super elegant element.

6. Animated call-to-action button

Call to action must be one of the most critical and noticeable element on the page (together with a privacy policy). Making it huge is not an option, however, is always eye-catching. Make it simple, for example, write intriguing text like write my paper, but stylish. Add a bit shimmering, glitters, changing forms, or StarWars neon. Use any patterns of the imagination but stick to the general stylistics.

8. Twenty-twenty

A diff tool is one of the most significant trends in web design in 2018. Not only it changes focus to unfocus but also changes the picture entirely with a slider. You can turn an empty dish into a full one, a dirty window into a clean one, an old car into a brand new. Free your imagination and make it unique.

9. Swatch book


The new way of representing a web menu can be a color palette that you would typically receive from a consultant on a hardware store. Your new website design will draw attention immediately. This latest trend not only looks cool but have plenty of excellent options. It is perfect for design studios or closing fabrics. Any business that has a swatch book in its physical appearance cannot implement the same concept virtually. The trend will last for a while.

10. Image accordion

It is a top decision for bloggers, lookbooks, photographers, and other options with plenty of stylistically organized content. A photographing set will look much better when not scrolling but sliding it. A mood board looks more attractive and convenient in such an appearance. The option is also applicable to a product choice. This way of representation keeps it simple. Don’t forget to adapt it to all devices.

Here’s a handy new color palette tool, created by a leading web design agency based in Adelaide, South Australian, Bold Web Design. It lists the fortune 500 companies, including their primary and secondary color palettes. The secondary colors were located from the brands style guide and websites, and is the perfect way to get inspired for your next design project.