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Does your business website's design embody all the technological developments of the modern online era? When your customers scroll through it, are you confident they're getting the most up-to-date experience possible?

If you answered in the affirmative, that's excellent! Every website out there should be as modern as possible, ready to meet the specific needs of both your business and your visitors every time it's accessed.

The question is: will it always be that way?

Nobody can predict the future, but with the right data and analysis of current trends, your business can be prepared to boldly go into the future of web design. In this week's blog, we're going to highlight a few of the most likely elements we'll see in the near future of web design!

Minimalist Design

Website design used to be much more chaotic. If you don't believe me, do a quick Google Images search for "bad web design." It's almost impossible to tell what's going on across any of those old pages, and that's exactly what the minimalist movement seeks to avoid in the web design of the future.

Minimalism involves stripping down content to the bare essentials, a truly less is more style proven to be far more effective in web design than throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks.

Contemporary design is strongly influenced by minimalism and has a much more appealing, simplistic design that will continue well into the future. In coming years, websites will be far more streamlined, with more white space and easy navigation than ever.

Responsive Design Forever

As technology continues to make incredible progress in every conceivable direction, the way we view websites and indeed experience the Internet itself will evolve dramatically. In the coming years, the devices with which we access the online world will change from handhelds to wearables, and eventually (according to most experts) to total virtual reality.

For a website to offer a cohesive, fluid experience across all platforms, it must be programmed from the ground up with responsive design ready for all future developments. Your business's website might function on your mobile device today, but for it to work on every device imaginable, you'll need the careful touch of web design responsiveness experts.

More Visual Content

Human beings love visual information. It's eye-catching, interesting, and informative. That's why your business needs plenty of high-definition photographs and videos throughout your website.

The more unique imagery you include in your website, the better. Customers love seeing a product come to life before their eyes, and there's nothing more immersive than quality images and videos of your products and services.

Of course, there's an art to choosing the correct imagery for every page, and that's what the future of web design entails: tweaking every element of a website's visual content to perfection.

Tip: Read this blog post about how GroupM7's drone photography can take your business to new heights!

The Far Future and Beyond

With some very smart people making bold predictions about artificial intelligence, blazing-fast connectivity, and the Internet of Things (IoT), the wisest move for any business is to always be prepared for whatever's next.

It may be a little difficult to predict every twist and turn on road to the future, but with a team of professional web designers as your pit crew, you'll lead the pack. Contact GroupM7 today to learn more about how you can prepare your business website for the future of web design!

Aaron Dunn

Aaron is a writer by trade with several years of professional experience under his belt. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. Before joining the Group, he worked as a freelancer and tech reviewer in Las Vegas, Nevada. Aaron currently lives in Pittsburg, TX.