Because of its importance to marketers, we have an entire category on Learning How to Blog, Design Web Sites, and Innovate with Mobile Media. With more than 150 posts. At this time, we examine 2021 Web design trends and data. Including an informative infographic.


An Infographic on 2021 Web Design Trends and Data 

Clearly, we want to avoid designing a bad site. As Jessie Jenkins notes for Thrive Agency, these are ten common mistakes to bypass: 

  1. Spelling and grammar errors.
  2. Too much flash that overpowers content.
  3. Too much technical jargon.
  4. Site not working properly.
  5. Outdated information.
  6. Overly fancy fonts and colors.
  7. Difficult or confusing site navigation.
  8. Unclear intentions.
  9. Weak on-site search.
  10. Too many big blocks of text.

To assist us in better designing Web sites, we turn to Web Site Builder Expert:

It only takes 50 milliseconds for visitors to form an opinion about your Web site. That’s right – in just a fraction of a second, they’ll decide whether your site looks professional, and whether they want to stay or leave. And 94% of those first impressions are design related. In short, visitors will immediately judge your Web site based on the quality of its design.

2021 will call for a user-first approach to web design – a trend confirmed by Google in its recent announcement that page experience will become a ranking factor this year. Factors such as usability, page-speed, mobile-friendliness, and security will all have a huge part to play in securing higher Google rankings. The message is clear: if you want to rank well, you need to put users first when designing your Web site.

Whether you’re building a new Web site or wondering how to improve an existing one, we’re here to help you make an impact for the right reasons. We’ve tracked the trends, analyzed the stats, and are ready to show you how to make your site look awesome in 2021.

Check out the infographic.

2021 Web Design Trends and Data

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