Given all the drama, panic and fear that dominated 2020, we are seeing brands tone down their usage of color in 2021. Businesses, their customers, and the population as a whole have had to make adjustments. and may have to make even more as we prepare for what will be the new normal, whatever that new normal will look like. This applies to web designers as well.

While design trends may tend to change with time, some are more or less evergreen. If they change at all, the change is slow, while newer ones may suddenly be thrust upon us.

None of the following 5 new design trends for 2021 should cause a web designer any grief. They are not radical, mind-bending conceptions. They make sense, they are not difficult to implement, and they even suggest that the new normal may be an improvement over the old one.

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5 Web Design Trends That Unfolded In 2021

Mark AdamsApril 8, 20210 Comment0498

Given all the drama, panic and fear that dominated 2020, we are seeing brands tone down their usage of color in 2021. Businesses, their customers, and the population as a whole have had to make adjustments. and may have to make even more as we prepare for what will be the new normal, whatever that new normal will look like. This applies to web designers as well.

While design trends may tend to change with time, some are more or less evergreen. If they change at all, the change is slow, while newer ones may suddenly be thrust upon us.

None of the following 5 new design trends for 2021 should cause a web designer any grief. They are not radical, mind-bending conceptions. They make sense, they are not difficult to implement, and they even suggest that the new normal may be an improvement over the old one.

We’ll show you examples of websites that are already incorporating some of these new trends, together with a selection of BeTheme pre-built websites that are also onboard.

  1. Use soothing and reassuring color palettes

Strong, bold color palettes along with a variety of gradient schemes have been emphasized in recent design trends to capture a visitor’s attention.

We’ve tired of the stress, strain, and shouting associated with 2020’s “normal”, and we are more than ready to change to calmer times, and softer and more toned-down color palettes as well.

The Bellroy company’s website is an excellent example of a toned-down look. You can in fact almost smell the leather in its line of practical everyday products.

Note the toned-down background’s effect on the brightly colored object. The object still stands out, as it should do, but without shouting for your attention.

The BeSpa pre-built website’s color scheme offers another example of sending a message that is calm, inspiring, and above all, doesn’t shout to get attention.

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