• Stan HerbenStan Herben, almost 7 years ago

    Wow, he just predicted Webdesign for 2016 at the end of 2016

    8 points
  • Sacha GreifSacha Greif, almost 7 years ago

    I love how these lists always feature "typography" at some point… It's technically true I guess, I'm pretty sure web design in 2017 will include typography.

    8 points
  • Mr Kyle MacMr Kyle Mac, almost 7 years ago

    Most of these predictions already feel current and day to day for me

    4 points
  • Jonas Bucinskas, almost 7 years ago

    I thought we already said goodbye to stock images. Didn't we?

    1 point
    • Per Kristian GrindheimPer Kristian Grindheim, almost 7 years ago

      I think we say goodbye them every year, but they seem to just come back every time.

      2 points
    • Kyle RoseKyle Rose, almost 7 years ago (edited almost 7 years ago )

      We post articles dealing with some "dry" material. It's pretty hard to find relevant imagery for a lot of it without resorting to stock images. We've been trying to come up with some post processing / PS actions to give the image a unique spin, but it's not looking like my company will escape stock photos any time soon.

      0 points
    • James Young, almost 7 years ago

      I think it's important to split out shit stock images from good ones. There are plenty of libraries out there where excellent quality photography is available at a higher cost.

      0 points
  • Jansen Tolle, almost 7 years ago

    Everyone talks down on the hamburger menu, but what is the replacement for your typical mobile website? Sure, anything in the navigation will most likely also be called out in the body, but there is just no easy way to keep a complex menu accessible on mobile.

    0 points
  • Marcel van Werkhoven, almost 7 years ago

    The one I'm missing here is sound. I'm seeing more creative uses of sound on the web. That and VR, it's going to be big in the e-commerce space I think.

    0 points