Web Design Predictions

Predictions on what will happen in the political arena… in the showbiz circle… to famous personalities… and many more... They will always be the talk of the town every time a year nears to its end. And to my surprise, as the year stretches down its curtain, predictions are also coming out for the web design industry. Quite ironic but true. This only shows how important web design has been for various industries, thus it should set a new trend and take further improvements.

According to the article on web design predictions posted at Forty Media, retro looks will be out and wicked worn will be in, multifaceted categorization will get bigger, pure red will fall into disfavor, web-safe palette will at last be widely understood to be obsolete, chronological info display popularized by weblogs will be downplayed, and the big news - we've gone so long between redesigns that brown will be back in vogue.

It’s good to know that some people are actually concerned in enhancing the quality of web designs produced in the past years through these predictions. These predictions will turn out to be guiding principles for web designers and graphic professionals in the creation of their works of art. There’s definitely nothing wrong with these things, but we must all remember that the best, most original and innovative designs still come from people who don't rely on such things. What’s best is that they let their creativity and imagination work for them rather. All of us will love to see these creative people do their work without following these predictions and come up with something from themselves.

There’s certainly nothing wrong with formulating and following predictions. Their sole purpose is to warn or inform us about the things which are anticipated to happen most probably in a certain period of time. Following it will not take anything from you. For graphic artists, predictions are there to help bring out the best in you while doing your craft.

After all, this year is shaping up to be a great year for web design. This is good news both for designers who will get to flex their muscles a bit more than usual and for their clients who will benefit from the many technological improvements.