Website Design Trends for 3rd Quarter If You're Planning a Redesign

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Every year, the web industry always undergoes change. Trends always pop out, showing what is in and out during the season. Just like fashion, there will always be the perfect time for a certain style to shine and grace runways of Paris, Milan or elsewhere in the world.

The web industry evolution has always been running and circling ever since the beginning. And as summer is fast approaching, another set of trends will come knocking on your door.

Whenever new trends come our way, there are always be waves of it that will meet the shore. So we trimmed down the prominent website design trends for 3rdQ if you're planning a redesign.

1. Asymmetry

This is not really new since there were websites who didn’t shy away from this concept last year. However, there are times when websites needed to break symmetry to be able to show their brand, but was not able to since they think about the effect of design balance.

But now, web designers can now freely break away from this concept and fully express themselves in showing who they are. There is no need to pay attention to balance and just add elements that can introduce the brand to potential and loyal customers. Although adding elements may be fun, make sure to double check on the loading time of your website because too many elements can make your website load too slow.

2. Content

This summer, content will have more of the spotlight than website’s other elements. With this, web designers can now choose images that will be in contrast to content to make it pop out stronger. Overall website elements will now be able to provide more space to content and grab attention. 

Focusing more on content, web designers can use images, colours, shade, and other elements to make sure that the content is the first thing that customers will see.

3. Slim Typography

And yes, thin typography is back in the game. Even though thin typography was bashed during the old days, now it is fully accepted and being used by modern websites.

More websites are now embracing the use of thin typography since it can be used on wider, modern designs being used today. It also allows room for creativity to come out since using thin typography lets the web designers play with a combination of fonts.