#Hateful Eight design trends

Looking back at the changes in design can be as painful as looking through your old wardrobe. Just like the questionable fashion choices of our past, some design trends are just a product of their period.

Don’t follow trends just for the sake of it! They may well have been popular techniques for good reason, but make sure it’s in your learners’ interest. I have listed 8 trends I hope not to visit again (optimistically)!

1. Fullscreen images

As much as fullscreen images add visual interest, they also adversely affect the performance and run time of a course. Overuse means lots of images which can increase loading times. A more efficient way of limiting download times is to bleed out the images plausibly.

 

 

2. Claustrophobic navigation bar

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