The 10 hottest web design trends of 2013

Forget luxury clothes and designer couture: the real battle ground for fashion statements is on the web. Unlike high-end real-world goods, however, the web is democratised, allowing individual designers to seize on a trend and create their own interpretation.

This means that design trends can develop quickly online, and equally can fade just as rapidly. The ability to adapt a website’s design almost daily makes it an incredibly versatile, if transient form of design expression, so it’s worthwhile taking a step back and looking at just what’s been hot this year. Next year the entire web may look very different!

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