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Web Development Trends Expected To Rise In 2020

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Posted on: Tuesday January 14, 2020

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Newer technologies and trends reshape the surroundings that web developers find themselves in, sometimes static websites or mobile responsiveness or the chatbots.

Moving bottleneck with all these changes is not easy yet discouraging for majority businesses however some tend to keep themselves prepared for the future. Top in the brigade is those having websites to mark their online presence, but also have plans to further improvise them according to on-going scenarios. If you are likely to fall into the category of technological development enthusiasts, it’s imperative to be aware of the upcoming web development trends in 2020. Here’s a list of some upcoming trends:

  • Responsive Designs

Arrived as just another implementation for beautiful websites but now became a must-have adaptation. The percent of website traffic from mobile devices has risen significantly, from 35% in 2015 to 50.51% in 2019. This clearly indicates that the majority of website traffic.

Google’s mobile-first indexing algorithm in 2019 was a major advancement towards the shifting interest of internet users globally. Previously desktop version was carefully identified and on the basis of it mobile website gets ranked in SERP accordingly. But now, Google looks at your mobile site and from that ranks the desktop site. Its important to note that a responsive site having equivalent primary content and markup on both mobile and desktop versions.

  • Modular Designing

The concept of modular designing allowed developers to re-use the components and modules in the process of creating a web page rather than creating an entire one by using a restrictive template. Also these modular designs are a leap forward from the templates which can be used to project the content in a much powerful way.

Moreover, constructing modular design websites is similar to dwelling with a Lego set, where every piece should intertwine with each other without any worry’s of rebuilding the shape. The UI patterns should be merged properly with appropriate margins and padding’s to avoid multilevel CSS overrides or uneven white spaces.

It’s evident that linking these pieces results in sensible web pages which ultimately lead to fast and budget development process having great end-goal products. Similarly, these pieces can be used for different scenarios. The same can be applied to website development. It’s cheaper, faster, can also be utilized in different scenarios in a more flexible way. For this reason, you’ll probably see more of it coming in 2020.

  • Voice Search Optimization

There’s been a significant rise (40%) in voice search queries from the year 2008 to 2016. Today 20% of adults are using Google Assistant & Siri at least once per day, whereas 60% of teenagers and 35% of professionals use voice search on a regular basis. It’s also expected that 50% of online searches will be done through voice rather than typing commands by 2020. The trend of voice search is now breaking into search engines everywhere. Technologies like Google Assistant on Android, Siri on iPhone, Cortana on Windows, Alexa and Echo from Amazon are revolutionalizing common search scenario by making consumers more comfortable with this feature. Since consumers decide which technology will survive or thrive and voice search isn’t going anywhere. But the big question is what does this mean for web development companies?

Firstly, emphasis on responsive websites will grow more since 25% of voice searches are done from mobile devices.  Secondly, when consumers get adaptive in using voice search for browsing the internet, businesses will eventually look to integrate voice search internally on their website. One can go for the integration of voice search API’s, supported by Google Chrome and Firefox — the world’s largest web browsers.

  • API first design

The more connected our world becomes the more APIs that each application ends up having. And with the rise of the IoT, our mobile devices, cars, gaming systems, wearable tech, and laptops are all connected with one network. This offers a lot of convenience for end-users. But all of those connections might get bit dicey if developers start building the application in the wrong place. Traditionally, developers start with the user and build from there. They design the application and add in the appropriate APIs after the fact. The back-end team starts working on an API, and once it’s finished, they give the API to front-end team for testing. At the same time, the front-end team works to build SDKs to test and double-check the API’s interactions. This also means that front-end developers are waiting on back-end developers and the process is often time-consuming and with lees coordination.  Moreover, if you are looking to finish things faster and without making front-end developers wait on back-end developers at every step. A platform with headless content management capabilities – API-first solution can be the way forward.

  • Motion UI

The massive internet is massive & affects average person’s attention span and what’s better then a captivating motion UI to keep the visitor engaged. You’ll likely to see more efforts in motion UI efforts from web developers to grab more of visitor’s attention and keep them engaged. However, we have to wait for some time to see the actual effectiveness of this strategy. It might get finished but we won’t know until closer to 2021.

  • AI & Cyber Security

The coming year will surely make a huge difference in the world of cybersecurity. Leading web development companies in Dubai and globally are trying to innovate artificial intelligence (AI) to help in anything & everything from client support to predict trends and image recognition, AI will emerge as the future of cybersecurity.  It’s evident that big corporations (Facebook, Google) have planned to spend at least 2.5 billion dollars from the year 2016 to year 2025 on artificial intelligence capable of preventing cyber security threats. Till now, cyber security professionals have no resources to stop any attack until damage has already been done. It’s expected that AI (Artificial Intelligence) will likely make cybersecurity cheaper and more efficient.


Building a website doesn’t consume much time, but development of robust websites do. Professional web designing companies must spend some more time making these futuristic integrations so that users visit across the website with new expectations, you will look different from what they’re already familiar with.