The Top 5 Website UX Trends of 2012

photo by NathanaelB

User interface techniques continued to evolve in 2012, often blurring the lines between design, usability, and technology in positive ways to create an overall experience that has been both useful and pleasurable.

1. Single-Page Sites
2. Infinite Scrolling
3. Persistent Top Navigation or “Sticky Nav”
4. The Death of Web 2.0 Aesthetics
5. Typography Returns

via The Top 5 Website UX Trends of 2012 | UX Magazine.

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