The 2019 Web Design Trends Your Firm Needs To Be Aware Of [Infographic]

By Law Firm Suites - December 11, 2018
The 2019 Web Design Trends Your Firm Needs To Be Aware Of [Infographic]

Discover what the graphic and digital design experts are saying about 2019, then put their tips into practice for your firm!

Last year we shared an infographic that highlighted all of the upcoming 2018 web design trends. A year later, not only were those trends spot on, but now a year later, some of these trends are even more important. The look and usability of your firm’s website remain crucial to your online success.

This year’s great infographic helps because identifying and spotting shifts in web design trends takes a keen eye. For example, one of the key trends for the coming year will be the incorporation of complex gradients. These gradients can add color or shadows to flat images on your site, helping everything to look cleaner and more uniform. And we know that having clean and organized images on your firm’s website will help to impress and comfort leads when they visit your site.

As an attorney, you’re not trained to spot shifts in design trends. To help, the design and printing experts at Coastal Creative have (for the fifth year in a row!) listed what they believe to be the newest and most popular design trends for 2019.

Take a look for yourself and discover why the experts are saying that 2019 will be the year of design rule-breaking!

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