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2019 Web Design Inspiration

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Updated November 3, 2018
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2019 Web Design Inspiration


Bryce Boyle Hoban

Bryce is a SEO Specialist and Content Strategist with Hook Agency – focused on creating content that attracts ideal customers for our clients websites.

Recently, we talked about some website design trends to watch out for in 2019, such as integrated animation, particle backgrounds, bold typography, and color gradients. To accommodate that post, here are some gorgeous websites that will feature some of those trends, as well as some other design techniques to look for this next year, like the use of white space, 3D images, and using high quality photos. Use these examples to to inspire your next website!

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These two modern websites take advantage of integrated animation, but take it to a whole new level.

 

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Big, bold typography is used in these two sites, which allow them to highlight the benefits of their business offering for the user.

 

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Websites that are heavily saturated with one specific color and tone are visually appealing and engaging.

 

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Websites that are predominately white have been popular the last couple years. In 2019 we’ll continue to see our fair share of this simple, minimalistic designs. Also, note how the first website has asymmetrical elements, another 2019 trend.

 

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Large images as the background with text overlaying them is sure to be a modern and popular trend that will only increase in usage over the next few years.

 

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With long loading times a key reason for users leaving sites, keeping the user engaged with an animation on the loading screen can help you retain those impatient users.

 

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Spotify website gradients
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Popular brands like Spotify continue to use gradients on their app, which illustrates that gradient is here to stay for awhile.

 

Courtesy of Cosmin Capitanu at Dribbble

While using 3D images on your website is going to take a little more time, it can add a whole new element of depth and visually appealing detail to your site.

 

If you know me, you know I love local casual menswear brand Askov Finlayson, so I had to give them a shoutout to their website too. The Minnesota company takes the time to use nicely shot, crisp clear photos that emphasize their brand values. The lesson here: avoid stock images when possible. Now, you can find some good images online that fit your brand well, but make sure you view them as placeholders rather than permanent.

 

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A great example of using particle backgrounds with your website. This site looks great and runs smoothly.

What Trends Will You Use in Your Next Website?

New websites are an exciting time. It’s an opportunity to rebrand your company and finely tune it to your current demographics needs. If you’re looking to update your old site or start completely from scratch, consider using an agency who can help make sure that all your new website goals are met. Here at Hook, we have tons of experience helping our clients create engaging, conversion-worthy websites. Feel free to contact us and set up a meeting to get started on your next site!

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Bryce Boyle Hoban

Bryce is a SEO Specialist and Content Strategist with Hook Agency – focused on creating content that attracts ideal customers for our clients websites.

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