Designing anything is primarily a creative activity and the designers have to keep reinventing themselves all the time to produce something new and fresh for their clients. A periodical review of sorts therefore is of great help. There is this write-up on business2community.com on what new ideas came up in 2016 and which ones have turned old fashioned or out of favor in 2016. Obviously, the list is long and cannot be reproduced here, but the highlight appears to be that simplicity is being preferred over other styles and the design team at B2C felt this was driven by the large scale shift to viewing of sites on mobile platforms. Agencies engaged in services of Web Design Fort Lauderdale wide would definitely be clued in on these trends and will deliver the most dynamic sites when assigned the task.
Magento as the Leader of the Pack
While the web designing community has had many tools to support them in designing and developing websites for their clients over the years, the Magento website design has seriously occupied the top spot. One major reason could be the software’s versatility in building and maintaining the increasingly popular ecommerce enabled sites. The convenience with which the designer is able to incorporate catalogue management system and all other modules that are needed to make a functional ecommerce site vibrant is one of the reasons for Magento’s popularity among Web Design Fort Lauderdale agencies and everyone else.
WordPress Equally Impressive
The other development in the website designing space that has excited both the developers as well as the website owners is content management system or CMS. Now, WordPress website design gives that powerful push that the designers need to make the website extremely flexible. The very idea behind CMS is to make life easier for the website owners to take control of the site once handed over by the designers and then make the changes needed without having to exert too much. WordPress is the tool the designers use to provide this flexibility in the websites they design and hand over to their clients. More details at Bricks & Mortar Creative.