Trends For 2017

At the end of one year and the start of another there are always predictions made about what is likely to happen, what will be popular, what will become successful in the coming year. Here is a round up of various suggestions in a number of fields.

 

With 2017 just a few days away, companies have begun charting their marketing plans. Content continues to be crucial but isn’t about who can produce the highest volumes anymore, it is about who can adapt to the diversity of multiple platforms and engage their audience across them.The compet

Source: 10 Top Content Marketing Trends For 2017 | DrumUp Blog

As 2016 draws to a close, I rounded-up 10 of what I believe will be the most important design trends of 2017.

Source: The Future is Now: 10 Design Predictions for 2017 | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

New year, new design trends. One of the great things about web design is that it is constantly evolving. You can find trends or even just hints of things to come almost by chance as new ideas seem to populate all at once. This month’s examples are a lot of fun with websites using space in interesting ways, new online shopping experiences and the return of pastel color palettes. Here’s what’s trending in design this month: 1) Exaggerated use of space The right amount of space can make or break a design. Whether it is white, a background color or surrounds text or images, “empty” space in a design can speak volumes. Exaggerated use of space is one of those design trends that can be a lot of fun, and when used well it can be rather effective in helping users know just how to look at or use a website or app. Open space is an extension of minimal styles that have been popular for some time, but with one major exception: Rather than a symmetrical outline with space all around, these designs

Source: Essential design trends, January 2017 | Webdesigner Depot

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