What to Expect in 2010: UX/UI Design Simplicity

For those interested in the UX/UI trends for 2010 by WedDesignerWall. We have already seen many large organisations adopt mega navigation and am curious to see whether companies will move one step further to smart navigation.

It’s all about keeping it simple rather than overcomplicate things which I totally agree with.

Here are the 2010 trends the article discusses:

  • Clean and simple
  • Single page websites
  • Sliders
  • Modal boxes
  • Smart navigation and taskbars
  • Text as the new image
  • Larger page layouts
  • Mobile version of every site
  • eCommerce tweaker shopping
  • Smart forms

Check out this article at http://www.webdesignerwall.com/trends/what-to-expect-in-2010-uxui-design-simplicity/

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