In modern days most of the web pages designs are designed by using oblique shapes and curves. It makes the pages more attractive to the user. We can use any types of shapes on a webpage. Organic curves and rounded shapes are very popular among current web design trends. You can use rounded, oblique or geometric shapes to grab the user’s attention and direct it to the most important areas of your website.
The curvings in edges also make a webpage more catching. Simple, curved objects combined with gradients and shadows can create elegant layout compositions that integrate each section and provide a sense of continuity. Similar shapes can also work very well if you combine them with matching stock photography, video or illustrations.
The Backgrounds now abound with almost amoeboid blobs of color, dramatic diagonals, even dashes of the real world rendered almost cartoonish. But designers aren’t just turning to organic curves in their never-ending search for a way out of the box. Many simply give those boxes a twist out of their usual 90° angles, freshening up their designs with a simple change of perspective. And the other latest trend is “flashing” or “vibrating” colors in many websites UIs.