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Current UI/UX Design Trends at NTIPL

When it comes to UI/UX design, NTIPL is always ahead of the curve. Our team of designers is constantly experimenting with new trends and technologies to create the best possible user experience for our clients. Here are some of the latest UI/UX design trends that we’re excited about:


Micro-interactions are small but powerful moments that can make a big difference in the overall user experience. By adding these little details to your design, you can really elevate the user experience and make it more engaging and enjoyable.

Material Design

Material design is a Google-created style guideline that combines traditional elements with modern techniques to create beautiful, functional interfaces. We love how material design can make even complex interfaces look clean and simple.


Minimalism is definitely having a moment in the world of UI/UX design. By stripping down your designs to only the essentials, you can create an elegant and streamlined user experience that is easy to navigate and use.

Motion Design

Motion design is a great way to add some personality to your UI/UX designs. By using animation and other motion graphics, you can guide users through your interface in a fun and interactive way.

Flat design

Flat design has been around for a few years now, but it’s still one of our favorite trends. This style eliminates all unnecessary elements from your interface, resulting in a clean.

Tools Used in UI/UX Design

There are many different tools used in UI/UX design, and it can be overwhelming to try to keep up with all of the latest trends. However, there are a few essential tools that every UI/UX designer should be familiar with.

Examples of Projects from NTIPL using UI/UX Design:

NetLine Technologies India Private Limited has worked on many projects that involve UI/UX design.

Some examples of these projects include:

  1. A project for a leading Indian e-commerce website that involved designing the user interface and user experience for the website’s mobile app.
  2. A project for a major Indian airline that involved improving the UI/UX design of their website and mobile app to make the booking and check-in process more streamlined and user-friendly.
  3. A project for a large Indian bank that involved redesigning the bank’s website to be more responsive and user-friendly on all devices.