My Top 5 Favorite Web UI Design Trends for 2013

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04.30.13

Very nice as always. Mike you inspired me a year ago with a blog video post about perfecting one medium of design. I did just that and i started a business in logo and branding design. UT is starting to pick up. You are a huge help to us artists out there who just need a little help.

04.30.13

Microsoft actually pioneered flat design, since the zune era…

04.30.13

Hello Mike! Its a lovely informative video tip from you across various sectors of UI design concepts. I am really impressed and looking forward to see many more in future. Good luck !

04.30.13

Following trends because they are trends is pretty much the definition of bad design.

04.30.13

I just wanted to say thanks for your amazing videos, your tips definitely helped me land my job. And considering this is your FREE stuff, I can’t wait to get into your paid content! Keep up the good work!

04.30.13

Man, I love these videos, you’re a super cool dude. And great energy, I find myself in a very positive and uplifted mood after seeing your videos.

Very helpful indeed. I don`t much agree with hint #2. I`d rather split content into various pages according to their theme.

04.30.13

I’m Agree about the Blog but that presume a continue update of news. Not all have the time or want pay for that :-) !

04.30.13

You could desing a sigle-page land page that have all the information about the website(like about, services,team,products,contact,etc) and the put a link to the blog in the main navigation, the blog will be as useful to you for SEO as the landpage itself.

04.30.13

Google doesn’t care too much about the overrall layout desing but more about the content that it have , if you have quality content in your single page website that describe what exactly is the criteria of the page then it can realy influence positively how google is going to rank it , also i would suggest to put a blog for the website since a blog that update quality content about the website affect dramaticly how google index it.

04.30.13

Mike ..You are just awesome…The advice that you give is precious than gold for starters just like us..I had so many doubts about web designing.Most of them got cleared after watching ur videos.Thanks very much.I am a self learned web designer but I must say you are one of my online mentors.God bless you n plz keep up this awesome work.Plz reply to this comment if u get some time as I am a big fan of yours.Hope u understood my handicapped english.

im a good webdesigner my commercials are on LA’s main station power 106 .im always looking for more customers

04.30.13

Great stuff Mike! Applying these concepts to a redesign of my current website. Thanks!

04.30.13

Tnx for the answer. About Seo effect there aren’t problem when the website have one argument, but if i talk about more things i can’t have many title page and metatags for any argument. So this type of design is good when u talk about one argument only.

04.30.13

Good point Ugo, I’m not so sure if one-page design has a negative effect on your SEO. But I’ll look into that. I just look at it from the benefit of both the designer and user. A one page design can really simplify things for the user, also it simplifies things for the designer. Just having to focus on one page, you can really tighten things up.

04.30.13

I agree with all point less 2° point! I no like much one-page design. And i think google to prefer when someone see more than one page. What u think about that?
(Sorry for my bad english)

04.30.13

Nice! Thanks Mike

04.30.13

Awesome video. I have a question. What are importance of graphic artists who do web graphics and also flash animations in the field of web design? I ask because I am a college graphic arts/animation major and I am curious on their marketability to companies that do web design and UI Interface design. Do they hire them to work within the companies or do they outsource web graphics to freelancers? Thank you for your time! Keep those helpful web design blogs coming! Sincerely, Ryan

04.30.13

Thanks for all the comments and feedback. I appreciate them!

04.30.13

Thanks Pradeep!

04.30.13

Thanks Frank!

04.30.13

Thanks DL, ….to answer your question, No, static websites is still the key (foundation) for every designer. Believe me, I feel strongly that anyone building their skills right now should focus primarily on simple static websites. My point is this, if you can perfect simple static website design and layout, you can design for any medium (iPhone, iPad, Android etc.). Learning to code a responsive site with media queries is a more advanced technique. But simple static design is still key.

04.30.13

Thanks Milo, I use Screenflow (for mac). Also, Camtasia Studio (for mac and PC) does the same thing.

04.30.13

Thanks Anton!

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