Top Design Tendencies for 2024

The first month of 2024 is done. We at Goodface are still energized, inspired, and ready to shape the future of web design.

Everything has its roots. To show you the core of current trends, we've got to dig into tendencies in technology, society, and user expectations, that shape web design now.

The most impactful tendencies for 2024

1. Technological Advancements

AI enables personalized and generative design. Pure redefining of creativity.

2. Human-Centric Design

As we say in Goodface: designers are people, working with people and for people.

3. Social Responsibility

We're committed to crafting digital spaces that are inclusive, accessible, and universally engaging, setting a new standard for digital excellence.

Top trends for 2024

AI and Generative Design

Yeah, it wasn’t possible not to see an elephant in the room. From a novelty in 2023, it has turned into a fundamental aspect now. The evolution of AI gives a possibility to create things, that seemed to be impossible last year. With AI, we're not just pushing boundaries; we're redefining them.

Emotional Design and Storytelling

Ever felt lonely in this racing, bright, and sometimes scary world? We understand you. The human connection has never been more crucial. Good design tries to tell stories and build a connection with auditory. It doesn’t provoke emotions, it evokes feelings.

Inclusive and Universal Design

This is all about ethics, responsibility, and legal requirements. Interface become more flexible, designs function seamlessly across devices, and color is no more the only way to convey information.

Animation and Microinteractions

As they say: a small micro-interaction for a designer, is one giant leap for user engagement. All of us know, that caring about dynamics is a crucial thing for enhancing user satisfaction and interaction.

3D and Custom Illustrations

An organic extension of a Human-Centric Design tendency. Emphasis on custom visuals and deeper engagement bring some kind of emotional connection with users. Illustrations can depict diverse characters and scenarios, and interfaces are full of interactive features, giving a more intuitive experience.

No code design

Here comes the freedom for designers, allowing them to implement and test their ideas in real-time without developers. A wide range of templates and drag-and-drop elements allows us to achieve needed results. Web design becomes more affordable, saving money on development services.

Trends are fluid. Some of them arise in opposition to others, some are weird, and some are hackneyed.

At the end of the day, simple things matter. Cause we all are just people, caring about the best experience for clients and customers.

So, how do you like the list? We know, mature designers wouldn't regret words to blame the absence of Neo-Brutalism, Bento Grids, Futurism, or Retro style. Well, waiting for your thoughts in the comments👇
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