Without a website, no business or trade makes its presence felt. The era of technology demands them, and it requires them to have a design that appeals to the eyes of the user. To that end, we give you two web-design and layouts that suit the aesthetics of this year and are making a splash.
Lately, sites are working on asymmetrical layouts. Instead of content being carefully placed on the plane, it is laid out in a slightly broken pattern which gives it a less rigid look. Furthermore, it helps the content stand out from the rest. Such web-designs draw attention to themselves and make a statement.
History does repeat itself, and what was one old does become new again. This year the second design that is making it big has a tinge of nostalgia to it. A website with retro-elements is the best aesthetics one could ask for. The mixture of now and the old create a unique juxtaposition that captures the attention of the ever-volatile consumer. Since the bygone era did not have websites (or very few of them), incorporating the retro style builds a novel layout and design for the web. Things like the colour scheme of the ’60s and the typography of the previous century are a simple way to incorporate throwback.