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How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the Future of Web Design

Loretta is a DIY and lifehack enthusiast always researching on better productivity and management methods to make life easier and stressfree


With all the talks and research by companies and the increasingly competitive upward movement of digital trends and activities, it is apparent that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has taken the world by storm. AI is one of the most forward-thinking innovations in recent centuries.

The digital work has kept evolving at a high-speed rate, and every aspect of human life is seeking a more straightforward solution in digital solutions.

There are millions of articles, researches and discussion about AI and how it has changed the world and the internet.

Digitalization of the world has improved living in no small measure, from digital marketing to social media and online stores and shopping, who would have thought 60 years ago that life would be this way? AI has improved and provided solutions in several industries, not just the retail sectors I mentioned above, but in almost every aspect of life. From law to engineering, communication, health and even the internet and web design.

By enhancing functionality and efficiency, AI has helped wen designers keep track and pace with the breakneck speed with which digitalization is changing every landscape and with it, customer’s needs.

You might be wondering what exactly AI has to offer for the future in web designing? Can AI provide solutions to the industry problem such as personalization, that web designers can't keep up with?

The answer to the above is yes.

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AI as a Helping Virtual Hand in Daily Life

AI is already everywhere on the internet, from virtual assistants to trade and chatbots, even search engines. It has been deployed in several industries on the internet to help for automization and efficiency.

Popular Virtual assistants like Siri, Alexa and Cortana are AI bots helping millions of users process requests and inquiries on the internet via voice command while also performing other simple tasks like setting the alarm and playing music.

They have been deployed in homes and home assistants such as Amazon Echo and Google Home, helping users at home via appliances activation.

If you haven’t noticed, AI has already been incorporated into our lives and is gaining more popularity.


Employing AI in Web Design

There are several industries where you would find that AI has been deployed to help increase efficiency, and this has proved quite useful and even lifesaving. From medical and health care to assisted living and engineering. AI has also made its way into web design, helping web designers build satisfactory websites that cater to their customers' needs and appeal to the customer's clients for improved sales and web optimization. With AI-Powered web design tools like The Grid, Wix, Firedrop, Adobe Sensei, Sacha, etc., AI has already entered web designing. Making the running of websites easier and automated by performing extensive roles that a human would not always have the time to complete.

Is AI Friend or Foe to Web Designers?

AI has always provoked fear in people; controversy has always been that AI might replace human workers, which is not the case; however, AI makes things easier and reduced. Despite the fast-paced technology and digitally driven world we are in, the human touch is still required in everything. AI automation is easy for work, while human input is essential.

In web designing, AI is a web designer close friend, helping to enhance expertise by making the job faster and more manageable for the customer.

The Change AI Offers in Web Design Future

While the future is not guaranteed, AI has a lot to offer in assisting humans in technological improvement to different industries. It is an essential part of our future which cannot be ignored or disregarded.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2021 Loretta Osakwe Awosika

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