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If you want to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to web design, you’re going to have to get used to constant change and the rapid pace of innovation that comes with it. The year 2022 will be no different, as there are plenty of trends that have yet to reach maturity now that will be critical by the time we reach this point in the decade. Here are UI/UX trends of 2022 for designs that speak volumes.

1) Design Systems

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The more complex a product becomes, the more important it is to have a guiding design language. Design systems provide an overarching framework that unifies every aspect of your product, from user interface to experience. It helps with consistency and, most importantly, reduces friction between teams.

2) Humanism

When designing interfaces that require users to interact with it and tell a story to engage with people, Humanism is a trend you can use to make sure your designs connect. If done well, your design can speak volumes about how people should be treated by products. Humanist interface designs prioritize users first; products like Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa are all built on AI that adapts accordingly, learning about user behavior and preferences as time goes on.

3) Animation

When a website feels overly static and impersonal, animation has been shown to make a huge difference in user retention. A little bit of movement here and there can go a long way toward livening up your design—and bringing it to life.

4) Scrolling

The majority of users are comfortable scrolling on mobile, with 75% of all page views occurring on a mobile device. With more and more content being consumed via mobile devices, we can expect that figure to rise in coming years. For example, with an increasing amount of work being done on smartphones and tablets (and less on desktops), more companies will need to start adapting to smaller screens.

5) Fewer Things on Screen

With more than six billion mobile devices connected to the Internet, designers are crafting applications and websites that feature less information. This trend allows users to pay attention to a few key pieces of data rather than trying to digest everything on one screen. For example, a website with five lines of text on one page versus 20 is easier for users to scan. This trend also reduces visual noise and helps draw attention to key elements such as navigation or calls-to-action (CTAs).

6) Minimalism

Clean designs with fewer colors and graphics allow users to focus on their content. UIs dominated by visuals, like those you’d find on platforms like Instagram, are becoming more and more popular. And mobile devices are making it easier than ever to create these screens, which means anyone can share their ideas with a huge audience. As a result, minimalist designs will take off as designers race to grab user attention through simplicity and cleanliness rather than heavy colors or patterns.

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7) Minimalism as Functionality

It’s a common misconception that minimalist designs offer less functionality and make users work harder. In fact, minimalism often serves to streamline tasks by eliminating extraneous design elements, offering an overall ease of use. Minimalist designs are clean, easy on the eyes, and consistent across platforms. They utilize white space effectively and eliminate any visual distractions or clutter that interfere with a user’s ability to navigate or understand what they’re seeing. The result?

8) Less Text, More Illustration

Images are a powerful way to capture your users’ attention. But don’t just use one image—use several images and combine them with text to make your content more scannable and actionable. Think of it as infographic meets bullet list, but much better looking than both of those together.


Now that you have reviewed all of these trends, you should start thinking about how to incorporate them into your designs. At first, it may be hard to figure out how to make sense of all of these trends, but after a few brainstorming sessions, you will be able to create ideas and designs that truly stand out from everyone else’s work.



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