Designers have begun to create websites as works of art, interactive projects, and websites just for entertainment and surprise. This dates back to the dawn of the Internet when designers were looking for ways to demonstrate new technologies or create websites to create them. Web design is also advancing cutting-edge techniques such as complex interactivity and animation, as well as visual effects such as glass shots and particles. Designers use no-code technology to make everything faster and easier than ever.

Here are some of the trends that can be implemented by software development companies while making projects for clients:

  1. Oversized typography

This year's design trend is oversized typography. When a word reaches a certain size, it becomes a visual element rather than part of the prose. This is a flexible way to work equally well in minimalist and maximalist designs and can be adapted to different styles. Very large and heavy fonts are dramatic, elaborate, and eye-catching, and certainly, have a great element that can attract and win the majority of visitors. Whether used alone or in combination with attractive photos, it conveys strong emotions and louds. Designers usually avoid flashy fonts when building websites with large fonts and choose neutral and simple scripts instead. It has no hard, fast restrictions on headers, buttons, text, etc., so it can be used almost anywhere.

2) There are few pictures of heroes (image depicting services) on the website

Instead of relying on photos and graphics, many designers are creating hero sections and landing pages to convey their designs this year. Hero photos provide immediate visual impact, but removing the distractions of nifty images helps you focus on your design and content. The lack of graphics also adds a layer of conspiracy, forcing users to explore beyond the realm of heroes.

3) Linework (vector work)

The line is a trend that makes you feel contemporary and retro at the same time. Designers can use lines to split sections, headings, paragraphs, and product galleries, or create dynamic grids that span pages. To make this even easier to see, add a line drawing (abstract or realistic). For this type of design, line width has the greatest impact on the final result.  Line drawings are everywhere, sitting on top of web design splash images, creating unique logos for new businesses, blending into the complex patterns used in many eye-catching product labels, Minimalism, and flat design are still setting the trend.

4) Attractive text fonts:

Some designers went a step further and came up with creative ways to move the text and interact with the user's mouse. As with buttons, using hover state changes is an easy approach to making text interactive. This is also useful because it is easier to create complex effects on the new No code platform than to manually implement these interactions. When adding interactivity to fonts, it's important to remember readability, as moving characters can be distracting for some people.

5) Responsive design

Now that we're talking about interactivity, it's time to speak about responsible motion design, which we're seeing as becoming more of a regular practice. While the movement is a fascinating aspect of web design, it's possible to go overboard and cause users to become ill by inducing motion sickness


These few website designs trends can be implemented to make users interactive and user-friendly websites.