Around this time of year, articles predicting web design trends are a dime a dozen, they’re everywhere. So I thought I’d jump on the bandwagon and write another one. Original, right? The only difference is that this post focuses specifically on what’s happening in the WordPress world. Because there’s a helluva lot going on right now. Gutenberg, mostly. ThemeForest is still dominating as the go-to marketplace for themes. Page builders aren’t going anywhere. Then there’s the REST API and the Tide project. In putting this post together, I looked at hundreds of themes to see what’s hot and what’s not, and talked to WordPress designers and developers to gauge their thoughts on this year’s theme and design trends. Here’s what I found. 1. Gutenberg Gutenberg. Everybody’s talking about it. So I can’t not mention it first. Whether you love it or hate it, 2018 is going to be the year of Gutenberg. It’s slated for inclusion with WordPress 5.0, which at the time of writing doesn’t have a release date, just sometime this year. If you’ve been living under a rock during the past 12 months, Gutenberg is basically
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