Top 3 Design Trends to Look for in 2020

As designers, we’re always looking for the most relevant design tools. Here are the top 3 design trends you must incorporate into your digital products for 2020.

1. Vibrant Color Palettes

Colors, bright colors.

Vibrant palletes, from gradient backgrounds to bright image overlays to animations, the use of pop colors will continue to gain

Good color choices takes careful planning as it can influence how a visitor interprets a web site and can impact the overall evaluation of the brand as a whole. Designers will use these vibrant colors for multiple reasons such as making the user focus their attention on a important element, triggering a desired response and at the end of the day, leave a lasting impression.

Color can make or break your design, so it’s important to choose it wisely when designing websites.

2. Massive Typeface

Enormous Text!

A trend popular in newspapers and magazines continues to make its way into the digital realm.
The main appeal of big and bold text still serves its purpose in getting attention, whether it be header titles or common CTA’s. Even this

year, we are seeing hero images being replaced by bold headlines that essentially anchor the homepage.

The keys for this trend is to figure out what piece of information that needs to be enlarged, thus being selective with your choices and
being aware of the space you are using

3 Mobile-First Is The New Bench Mark

As the world rapidly shifts it’s a given fact that more time is being spent browsing the internet on mobile devices, rather than the
tradition desktop.

Optimization for mobile is not as simple as it used to be, rather more complex, now more than ever. To the point where we feel mobile
use has become the dominant power-house in huge potential conversion opportunities.


Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) – on the surface is simply a website built using a common web technologies but at the same time can
deliver an app-like experience.

Relying on the brilliance on JavaScript instead of the tradition HTML, opens up a whole new world of possibilities such as creating user engagements, offline-use, zero installation and easy deployment.

This also allows use of a much larger web ecosystem, plugins such as push-notifications and even interactive wizard forms.

Albeit brief, we hope you enjoyed our glimpse into web design trends of the next decade, even as we move forward things will continue
to change but its on us to select where we decide to go in the future.