25 Oct 2018 / Design

Here are some popular graphic design trends found in 2018

Sujith K Murali

01. Responsive logos

Designed to respond, web design has begun over 10 years, after which it has become an industry standard. Rapid increases in mobile browsing (infinite color display of devices and screen sizes) have created critical utility problems on conventional websites. Designers and developers have tried various ways to design a Website-Fits-All solution with user's tool. This made the basis for the so-called "responding design".

“ ‘Responsive logos’ is a project that explores how brands might adapt to today's multiple devices and screen resolutions. By applying responsive design principles to individual elements of a logo, and stripping out detail in relation to screen size, a more legible and appropriate logo can be displayed. The concept aims to move branding away from fixed, rigid guidelines into a more flexible and contextual system.” – Joe Harrison


Sovereignty over the long-lasting horizons They are found on the button, page header, and PowerPoint presentation for each website. If you do not have a grant cover, you have your corporate PD. Later, we were ignored in 2007, until we accepted an era of parade design.

Flat design is evolving, and graphics are now resuming their flat design improvements. It is part of the design update called "flat 2.0" or "semi-flat design". Strip, Instagram, and other business leaders have seen them again and again in the IOS and their Provinces and have reasserted their popularity. You can view them in powerful UI, branding, backgrounds, illustrations and overlays.

03. More depth (with semi-flat design)

When focusing on the user, the web design stays out of a strictly flat design approach. More and more, web designs combine elements to re-introduce depth and volume.

The use of 3-dimensional elements along with flat design is "almost flat design". This means that many of the elements of flat design still exist today, but it includes elements of that shape, depth and volume.

Two ways to add deeper and quantity to your web design is isometric images and shadows.

04. Dashing duotones

Dashing duotones. A golf-flower is traditionally created through a halftone printed process printed over a different color, creating a two-tone image. This basic print technology has found new life on digital media.

05.Palettes & patterns inspired by the 80’s & 90’s

Color schemes from the electric systems, the 80s and 90s have once again become a reputation. Along with moving from ultra flat designs, expecting to see the abstract and geometric patterns inspired by the mainstream from the cutting edge.

This trend can include visual inspiration and nostalgia in the 80's and in the 90's because the brand leaders and key luxury audiences are more important and influential.

06.Movement: animations & GIFs

As browser technology progresses, most websites move from static images and discover new ways of animation and interact with users in their communication approaches.

Unlike the previously mentioned particle animations (usually large backgrounds), short animations are useful for visitors to include their entire experience on the page.

For example, the graphics user can be intuitive when creating the user, or the user can display an interesting hover state from a link. You can also combine them using scrolling, navigation or the entire site's focal point.

07.Bold Typography

Typography is always a powerful visual tool, and important information can be made on a website to create personality, emotion, and set the tone. Now, because the device's resolutions are easy to read, we expect a huge increase in the use of custom fonts.

Except for internet browser, most browsers can support CSS-enabled hand-haired typefaces for web browsers. Trends of big letters, sans-serif and serif headlines will help you create dynamic parallels, improve the UX, and visit your website to read and make your website read.