Many including I, have noticed that websites are going towards a minimalist approach in terms of web design.
What do you think of this?
Answer by zman · Jun 18, 2011 at 01:49 AM
The less flashy web adds I have to block, the better. I don't need to browse through a set of links in 100 different places on the page like the topbar and the sidebar and the bottom bar and the squares in the middle. I wish websites would be more simple and I hope they do. I haven't noticed this happening but if it is, great!
Answer by marksmit · Oct 27, 2011 at 09:16 AM
Things are changed day by day. In early days simple HTML websites are preferred. Now custom websites made by wordpress, drupal, joomla, magento are very popular. It's easy and attractive. I can say in single word web designing is improving according to our needs.
Answer by Cornelia Cornflake · May 08, 2012 at 11:38 AM
You've got to ask what we use the Web for. Sites are beginning to come to the conclusion that it's content not bells and whistles that keep us coming back and are quite rightly prioritising functionality over fancy schmancy design. In my opinion this is a sign of the Internet finally growing up a bit. If your main interest is a psychedelic visual trip then there are still plenty of sites that are only too happy to serve you but generally we are seeing the playgrounds being turned into schools and that's just fine with me.