As our experience with websites and applications is becoming more and more interchanging across web and mobile, the digital designers are looking for more seamless and interactive ways to design across the multiple devices.
The goal is to establish a more standardised and integrative way of designing interfaces that can easily adapt on multiple devices and provide a more unified experience for the users.
Here are some of the latest trends in web and mobile design that we’ve spotted. Enjoy!
Bottom sheets are especially suitable when three or more actions are displayed to the user and when the actions do not require a description. If there are two or fewer actions or detailed description is required, consider using a menu or dialog instead. - Google
Example: Flat UI Colors
The latest web and mobile design trends are still rooted in flat design. However, it is evolving towards visual and interactive richness. Just flat design elements are no longer in fashion. Instead, we can observe more subtle mini interactions, animations and floating elements coming in. The web and mobile design is becoming more alive, surprising us from time to time.
The Google's Material Design specifications is a great stepping stone towards standardizing the latest web and mobile design patterns. We can already observe some of its design patterns being adopted by other designers as they are striving to make our web and mobile experiences more interactive and engaging.
Let's see how the web and mobile design is going to evolve further!