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Although many designers have written on this topic, I want to share my thoughts on the future of web design as we forge ahead into 2015. The new year is always an exciting time and I love to contemplate the potential for young new web designers just entering the field.
I do think these trends will resonate with most web designers who have kept their pulse on the changing tides of digital interface design. But although these trends are quite noticeably gaining momentum, it's impossible to tell with absolute certainty what the future will hold. Looking onward into 2015 I expect to see lots of growth and ingenuity from older trends, along with some newer ideas finally coming into the spotlight.
It feels natural that every type of website deserves an inspiration gallery. Modern designers are working on hundreds of different projects each year and so many of them are dedicated to niche subjects. Zoos and aquariums serve a very similar purpose as an attraction to see a wide variety of nature.
Interestingly enough these two distinct facilities follow very distinct design styles. For this gallery I've put together 35 inspirational examples of zoos and aquariums. While there are plenty of examples online not all of them incorporate modern design ideas. I hope this gallery can offer a glimpse of the best each category has to offer - both for personal and commercial design work.
When you take on a web or an app design project, how much thought do you give about the tools you are presently using as opposed to new tools that are constantly coming on the market which could make your work easier and in some cases, more professional looking? The list below offers a cross-section of UX & UI tools and resources that you will find very useful. Most tools feature rapid prototyping capabilities together with real-time sharing and team collaboration. Are you looking for the latest UI resources? Browse this listing to see what may be of use to you, and keep in touch with the latest developments in the UX and UI industry.