6 Design Predictions for 2018 (That Might Actually Happen) | Webdesigner Depot

Published on: January 2, 2018

Filled Under: Resources/Information

Views: 217

Happy New Year! At this time every January we try to predict what’s going to happen in our industry over the next 12 months. I hope that 2018 will be a great year for inclusive design, for standards-compliance, for ethical practices. I hope for those things every year, and annually it does feel like we’re inching closer. However this post is about unexpected trends, changes, and an attempt to predict the landscape ahead of us, because it feels like there’s change in the air… How Did I Do in 2017? This time last year I made seven predictions for 2017 that were surprisingly accurate. Last year I predicted that 2017 would not be the year of VR. I was proved correct, the constraints of the physical tech is too much of an obstruction. I predicted that we’d be more security conscious than ever, but that we’d drop passwords. I was half right. SSL for instance has become all but mandatory over the last 12 months, but sadly we’re still using passwords. I’m scoring myself half a point for that

Source: 6 Design Predictions for 2018 (That Might Actually Happen) | Webdesigner Depot

Tags: ,

Comments are closed.