9 Graphic Design Trends For 2015. Infographic
Every year we question ourselves what is the next design trend? Cardprinting.us this time presents us it’s own view on 9 graphic design trends of 2015. Let’s have a look at them.
Nothing new here. The shift from skeumorphism to flat had happened a while ago and nothing changed since then. A war declared to glossy buttons, bevelled edges, gradients and dimensionality is doing great. What only matters is which side you personally pick? We adore minimalistic and flat approach.
Introduced to masses by Pinterest, geometrical shapes and forms on a page structured by logic look very cool. Yet, this was introduced a couple of years ago, so we wouldn’t call it a trend.
Loud, funky, bright, quirky, comic, kitsch, clashing. Crazy in one word.
Non-traditional fonts are everywhere, that’s true, but how many solid brands and companies use them? Any ideas? Distinct and modern fonts, on the other hands, are quite appreciated. We love them too!
The history of pastel colors (not all of it, for sure, but the most recent one) is connected with flat design. Google, for instance, kept the same colors, but slightly softened them to keep it in line with this trend.
Single shade of solid color.
Staying simple is not simple. If you are a luxury brand, probably, you wouldn’t like to be as simple as others. You need a different level or a shade of simplicity.
Well, this is big. Illustrations indeed replaced stock photos images. They convey a unique brand message, are difficult to duplicate, and do not carry copyright issues!
The Paisley motif is obscured into new shapes. A retro feel is provided with zany colorways and thick black key lines.
This feels old. We think. Inspired by designs from early digital days, often uses a CMYK or RGB color palette to further enhance the look.
Now, would you agree with these 9 graphic design trends for 2015? Leave your opinion in the comments please.