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Free eBook: Web Design Trends 2015-2016

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Web Trends 2015-2016 from UXPin showcases the 10 hottest trends in web design today with plenty of best practices.

With rapid prototyping becoming a required design skill, interactive wireframes are becoming the best new method for preventing usability issues as early as possible. By bridging the gap between static and interactive design, they offer the speed of wireframing with the power of prototyping.

Web Design Trends 2015-2016 covers the 10 most popular — and most useful — design trends now and in the foreseeable future. These techniques are explained through 166 examples from top companies including Google, AirBnB, Squarespace, Dropbox, Dribbble, Intercom, Apple, and Spotify.

The book is equal parts eye candy and practical manual. It’s thorough, but reads quickly since it focuses on describing tips and techniques for each trend.

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The 186-page free eBook includes:

  • Hand-picked list of 100 free design resources
  • Advice on each technique, including pros & cons
  • How to create flat designs without being outdated
  • Balancing usability and aesthetics in minimalist sites
  • How to create HD backgrounds without exhaustive loading
  • Creative techniques for card UI layouts
  • Tips & tricks for animations and interaction design
  • How to use timeless typography
  • When to use stock and custom photos

Take a look, and feel free to share if you find it helpful. You can Download it here.

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Awwwards – recognizing the talent and effort of the best web designers, developers and agencies in the world. We aim to create a meeting point where web professionals from across the globe can come to find inspiration; a space for debate; a place to share knowledge and experience; give and receive constructive and respectful critiques. “Always hungry”.