web Design

Web Design Predictions for 2016: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

In the dynamic web design industry things always stay in motion. New and exciting concepts, techniques and tools are constantly being introduced. Original minds keep the industry fresh by challenging norms and coming up with innovative styles. For anyone interested in web design, marketing and online business, this means always keeping your finger on the pulse of the industry.

As part of our mission to make professional website building easy, Wix is always on the lookout for new trends and styles in web design. We want to make sure that our platform offers the most cutting edge designs and modes, and that our users have everything they need to create beautiful websites.

With a new year coming up, we decided to share some of our insights on where web design is headed in 2016. Now, it might seem a bit early for a new year predictions list, but think about it this way: 2016 is one business quarter away. If you want to make sure your website is ready for it, why not start now?

On that note, we are happy to share our the Wix experts’ web design predictions for 2016.  By the time you finish reading this you’ll be mostly excited, but also a tiny bit terrified.


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IT Trends

Tech Trends That Will Transform Your Industry

I have bad news for companies that are struggling to improve their customer engagement—it’s only going to get more difficult. Social-savvy, smartphone-carrying consumers will switch allegiances faster than you can say “customer relationship management.”

“Customers are going to get harder to deal with, not easier—less loyal, more picky,” saysOracle ORCL +0.43% President Mark Hurd.


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IT Trends

IT INDUSTRY OUTLOOK 2016

  • According to the research consultancy IDC, the global information technology (IT) market, encompassing hardware, software, services, and telecommunications, is expected to reach $3.8 trillion in 2016, up from $3.7 trillion the previous year. The U.S. market accounts for approximately 28% of the total, or slightly more than $1 trillion. Over the past decade, the biggest shift in global industry allocations stems from growth of the Asian region, fueled primarily by the rise of China.


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