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16 thoughts on “1 Design Trend in 2022 That I Think will be BIG! (7 Examples)

  1. Speaking of design, I love your setup design in the background… Looks modern and retro at the same time.

  2. Honestly most of these designs would bother the hell out of me. I go to websites for information, and nothing frustrates me more than landing on one of those overdesigned websites where I gotta go to war with my scroll wheel to read 250 words of marketing garbage. I basically just leave and take my buisness elsewhere.

  3. I actually really hate all the subtle animations and slight zooming of pictures. It activates my stupid motion sickness.
    I hope it doesnt become a trend

  4. this video sponsored by GSAPS. that last one is too much though, that’s starting to hurt the UI/UX in favor of splashy animations.

  5. I realize this is an older vid, but could you focus on some of the actual steps to create a functioning site, even if just the first page, that is responsive, and doesn’t rely on Figma, or some other program, but the actual processes to create these amazing works? I haven’t dived deep enough into your videos to see if there is something already in existence that is current for 2022, soon to be 2023.
    thank you. (And thanks for showing the goodmeat vid. That was an appalling revelation. What is the world coming to?)

  6. locomotive scroll is a terrible thing, its tolerable at best – when very subtle. and anyway, most of these things will not really work on mobile…

  7. Can you do video tutorials on how some of these websites are designed and from which builder/platform, etc.?

  8. Unfortunately, most traffic comes from mobile devices. And although desktop sites look awesome. You can bet that those examples are not specifically targeting a desktop heavy audience. So it’s safer to assume that most of the traffic might not ever get to see all the pretty stuff.

  9. Movement based on the mouse position is the biggest crap of the last 10 oder 15 years. It’s so annoying and disrupting, the moment i see that, i close the tab. In general, too many animations are disrupting and lead to a loss of focus, which is not what you want.

  10. Given the Lighthouse performance score for Niarra is 19, I wouldn’t say this is a good example to follow. Nice ideas, but laid it on too thick.

  11. I guess, these kinds of websites look great on the designers 27 Inch display for which they seem to be exclusively designed. It makes all these stock photos and placeholder texts really pop out. Much better than all those boring real life websites where such mundane things like content, accesability and different screen sizes stand in the way of the design.

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