2017 is a revolutionary year for the world of web technology. While there are some people who will chant and gush about the achievements and things they have accomplished this year, others would be busy predicting what the future has in store for the technology and UX design trends this year and how they will eventually roll out in the coming year.
This year we have seen a lot of designers and developers adapting to the trending U/UX design trends. While new things have been added to the mix, there are lots of other things that have been pushed out of the scenario. The traditional hamburger menus now hardly have any space in the website user interface, live chats and chatbots are mobile app developer’s new favorite, Virtual reality and artificial intelligence are seeing the new light of the day.
While the trends are countless, these will continue to outshine in the coming year and much more will be added to the box. The experts of a highly appreciated company that provides expert solutions in Ecommerce Website Designing Company have listed down some user experience design trends that will help you formulate UX strategies for 2018.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: One of the most stellar revolutions of modern technology which is beyond anything is Artificial Intelligence. There are many companies that have already made certain attempts to include Artificial Intelligence and machine learning in the wide world of website design. Mainly they have been included in web design and development process to automate the process of picking colors, schemes, designing logos, and finding the perfect layouts.
Multichannel User Experience: According to the experts of the leading website designing company in Delhi, the trend of paying attention to the semantics of mobile-only, should be reconsidered. According to a study,
- More than 80% marketers surveyed feel that a comprehensive cross-device marketing strategy is quintessential to the success of an online business.
- More than 70% of digital users access internet across multiple devices.
Also, the increasing trend of Internet-of-Things is pushing us away from mobile first experiences and towards omnichannel experiences. Since, today users are hardly bothered about the medium where the interaction is occurring, they just want the context of the user experience to match the device they are currently using.