I agree 100% with what Sergio Nouvel wrote for UX mag (The Top UX Predictions for 2015):
2015 must be the year where we shift our focus to unsolved problems, especially ones we’ve been inadvertently feeding all these years: the overload of information. The world needs designers to simplify, not to add up to the noise. Artificial intelligence is becoming the way of extracting sense and relevance of seas of information we have no human bandwidth to process. As professionals meant to be the experts in the creation of sense, this challenge needs us on board.
We should really think more about providing real value, and think twice about producing carousels, parallax sites, one-pagers with fancy scrolls, slow loading websites, and so on.