Graphic Design Trends
What were some of the graphic design trends in 2017, and what will they be in 2018? Taking a look at the trends from last year can help you find your creative direction in 2018. According to Creative Market, in coming up with effective solutions, design professionals should review styles, formats of content and tools to focus on trends in the design industry.
Hand Drawn Illustration
The digital interpretation of the period between 1933 and 1965 is becoming popular, as designers are inspired by the past. It is thought that hand-drawn elements and images provide the human touch in a milieu of screens that dominate the world today.Black and white lettering is also trending, according to Greenwich Designs in London. The artisan approach is coming back, in a move from the more technical; reflected is a trend towards the integrity of design, such as found in handicrafts.
Mid-century is the term used to describe the flat colors and shape-centered illustration and colors of the past. You might think of the television shows of the 1950s and 1960s and their “modern” look.
Packaging- Flat Graphics
Everything Old is New
The Glitch is In
The Color of Purple
Ultra Violet has been named 2018 Color of the Year by Pantone. Reflecting the recently expanding interest in space news and exploration, the deep purple with a blue hue is particularly in vogue this year. Look for it in fashion, interior design, web design, and graphics, as our sense of discovery awakens once more; you will now look at up at space for inspiration in 2018 graphic design.Contact us to find out more about how we can utilize the most recent graphic design trends in our collaborative approach to your upcoming projects.