Apart from full screen images one more thing which is quite in trend these days is the blurred effects in the images. Purpose of such concept is to focus at a particular area keeping everything else blurred. I understand, choosing a blurred image for a website is not something which interests many of you including me but this is how trends change. I was one of those who used to think that an inexperienced photographer can only take blurred pictures. But evolution, innovation and creativity have no boundaries.
We know that today’s web design and development is seeing its golden era and people with all those creative genius talent in them are creating marvelous master pieces in the form of web designs. We love those pieces of art and appreciate them but I am not going to talk about those fancy web designs here, rather I am going to pick the stuff on the other side; minimalistic designs. More is less or less is more whatever way you understand it; in simple terms a minimal website design is the design from which you can’t remove even a bit of it without disturbing its proper functionality. Not clear? Let me elaborate it for you here; when a web designer reduces a design to its bare minimum essential components which are essentially required for the intended functioning of the website, we call it a minimal design.
One day someone asked my daughter, “What is your favorite color?” To my big surprise she said now it is Yellow. She is 11, and I correctly remember that when she was much younger she used to love everything pink or purple. Out of my curiosity I asked, “Why do you like yellow?” and the reply just amazed me. She said, “It is the color of mighty Sun”. Bingo! For her yellow was the symbol of power, light and life. Well this was my daughter but I am sure many of you reading this post like this beautiful color named Yellow.
Our parents have worked in an environment where working meant to go out and perform your job somewhere outside your house. It could be a shop, office, school or anywhere but home and that too in proper time schedules. Now we see one more kind of work force who works as per their schedules and their preferred locations which can be home as well.
Building an eCommerce website is important, but often the mobile customers are overlooked in the process. It’s important that you build a mobile ecommerce site that is as engaging and unique as your standard website. While the mobile version is simpler, it still sends across the same message and gives mobile users the ability to perform just as much on a smaller screen. When you’re designing your mobile eCommerce site or looking for the perfect template, make sure you incorporate these must-have features for the optimum design.