Some trends, such as gradients, are making a comeback although this time as dynamic gradients. That means if flat design decides to take a nap, it could die a sure death starting in 2020 (which is where hard-to-spot ghost buttons are headed). And dynamic gradients could take over the entire darn space – at least for a while.
But then again, with pioneers such as Google and Apple backing flat design, this year might see an injection of depth and color into the minimalist concept. Over the past couple of months, it has been evident flat design can accommodate splashes of deeper and more energetic colors when afforded the attention and experimental dash it deserves.
In any case, the vast majority of designers and developers are focusing their attention on two distinct areas of web design trends for 2020 and beyond:
TOP ECOMMERCE DESIGN TRENDS
RESPONSIVE DESIGN TRENDS
Likewise, we’ve already entered an era where mobile web traffic has comfortably overtaken more traditional desktop traffic in many key regions. Globally, mobile traffic is responsible for approximately 52% of all web traffic. By the end of 2019, 63% of all mobile phone users will access the Internet primarily via their device. Hence, there’s never been a more important time to focus on the leading responsive design trends, approached entirely from the perspective of the end-user.
Taking a look at things at a more general level, there are several key web design trends that are already proving popular among developers worldwide. Some are continuations of existing trends, and others bring bold new features and functionalities into the mix.