Graphic Design Trends 2020
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Want to know what graphic design trends to look out for in 2020? In this trend roundup, we profile 10 trends for this year. Take a look!

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0:19 – 90s Revival

90’s DJ Flyer by Guuver
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1:00 – Acid Trip

Acid and Modern Intro by nixmotion_v2
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1:28 – Cyberpunk

Cyberpunk – 80s Retro Text Effects by Sko4
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2:00 – Earthy Colors

Artisan Abstract Shapes & Line Art by august10
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2:44 – Monochrome

White Marble Backgrounds by themefire
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3:20 – Street Art

Metal stone social media graphic templates by Chanut_industries
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4:00 – Brutalism

Prospekt Typeface by MehmetRehaTugcu
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4:33 – Sketch Illustrations

Essential Hand Drawn Brushes by pixelbuddha_graphic
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Pencil Sketch by miph
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5:21 – Collages

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Lomography Typography Poster Photoshop Action by bangingjoints
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6:05 – Variable Fonts

Manufaktur by dafeld
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Graphic Design 2020: The BIGGEST graphic design trends 2020
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Love graphic design? Keep your designs looking fresh with these top 8 graphic design trends 2020 you need to know about! We’re sharing all of our graphic design predictions with you!

From color palettes to fonts, we count down the hottest graphic design trends 2020 with loads of easy tips to help you stay ahead of the game.

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Even if you aren’t a designer, there’s lots of easy ways you can use these graphic design trends!

Embrace these our 2020 graphic design trends today – check out the examples we’ve included of Apple, Spotify, Hubspot, Hootsuite, Zume, Classpass, Doist, Twitter, Google, and more!

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The top 8 Graphic Design Trends 2020 are…..

Trend number 8: Better branded animations

Trend number 7: Minimalist landing pages

Trend number 6: Genuine & neutral stock photos

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Trend number 5: Beautiful flowing shapes & lines

Trend number 4: Heavy but simple fonts

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Trend 3: Abstract & dreamy illustrations

Trend 2: Color gradients

Trend 1: Muted color palettes

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10 Web Design Trends in 2020
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New year, new web design trends!!

Come join us as we talk about the top 10 web design trends you will see for 2020. A lot of these are continuations of things we’ve been using like more gradients, rule-breaking typography, and animations.

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TOP 5 Web Design TRENDS 2020 | Web Design ideas | UI/UX Trends 2020
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TOP 5 Web Design TRENDS 2020 | Web Design ideas | UI/UX Trends 2020
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Here we are discussing and presenting most colorful and attractive eye catching webdesign trends in 2020. You can suggest or give your ideas on comment section or make a message via facebook & instagram.

#1. SUPER MINIMAL
#2. MICRO INTERACTION
#3. ILLUSTRATION
#4. RISE OF ISOMETRIC
#5. IMMERSIVE 3D ART

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3 Essential Design Trends, March 2020
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Color, heroes, and a new way to create design depth are what we are looking at this month.

Two of these three trends comes with some usability concerns but are a lot of fun to look at and play with. Would you take the risk of trying one of these design techniques? The third trend (up first in this list) is a new take on bold color palettes that shifts from some of the colors that have been overwhelmingly popular for a while.

Here’s what’s trending in design this month.

 

Warm Colors, Especially Reds

Warm colors – especially red tones – are back in!

As a point of reference, warm colors are vivid and bold and can sometimes be overwhelming because they can occupy and fill space will a feeling of fullness. Warm colors include reds, oranges, and yellows. They are all on the same part of the color wheel, which can be divided into warm and cool colors (blues, greens, and purples).

The nice thing about these warm colors is that they are bold without the same levels of brightness that have been popular for a while. They aren’t as overpowering as brights on smaller and darker screens and really set a different tone for the design that’s a little more serious.

Each of the examples below uses a warm (red) color palette in a different way.

Skull & Roses uses a red and purple (warm and cool) palette to create contrast and fun gradients and color.

Amanda Braga uses a full red monotone color palette for the about page of her portfolio site. It’s bold, in-your-face, and demanding of attention. Even the photo has a red color cast on it.

Catalyst uses pops of red with gradients to draw you into the 3D geo shape in the hero image. It creates a sense of motion and excitement for the event.

 

Full-Screen Heroes

An oversized hero image is nothing new. But hero headers that occupy the entire home screen are.

The trend also seems to come with another new element — no obvious navigation or need to scroll (although it’s often there). The result is a trend with super clean designs, with the possibility for design or usability challenges.

This trend works for one reason: Thanks to mobile usage, people are getting more accustomed to (or trained) to scroll. Small screens make it a way of life and this trend is relying on that to work.

But, will users know what to do and get past the homepage?

Can you find the visual cues in these examples?

The Island has a fun full-screen video loop and has a right-hand scroll bar as a visual cue and a tucked in scroll icon on some screen sizes. A hamburger navigation menu can also help you find what you are looking for in this clean design.

Wayout looks cool, but doesn’t have a scroll feature on screen. The phrase “And there’s more” is all you get to encourage looking further into the design. (There’s no navigation menu either.)

Ubisoft uses a full screen video that you get a glimpse of within text elements. There are no obvious scroll cues (and there is a scroll), but the hamburger icon is a visual cue that there’s more to the site than just a homepage.

 

Neumorphism

This trend is one that is a mash up of popular web and app design techniques that’s starting to show up most commonly in app concepts.

Neumorphism (or new skeuomorphism) can be traced to an analysis by Michal Malewicz of Hype4 who did a nice deep dive into what this trend is (and isn’t) and how it works for designers. Neumorphism seems to be most popular when designing card-style interfaces.

The style can be identified by use of inner- and outer shadows to create an illusion of softer shapes that seem to lift off the background canvas.

Here’s how Malewicz describes it:

A Modern / Material (upgraded) card usually is a surface floating on top of our perceived background and casting a shadow onto it. The shadow both gives it depth and also in many cases defines the shape itself — as it’s quite often borderless.

While this trend has a cool, fresh look, it does come with some challenges. Primarily those issues deal with accessibility and contrast.

Either way, it’s a fun take on moving away from completely flat concepts to something with more depth, particularly for app-based interfaces. Time will tell if this trend really lifts off or not, since it is still in its infancy.

Want to play with neimorphism on your own? You can try this fun little CSS generator.

 

Conclusion

Of this month’s trends, the return of warm colors is especially nice. Red tones are inviting and interesting and a good shift from the super brights that have been so popular.

The other trends each present their own usability challenges, but have high visual interest. Could you see yourself using them in projects? (A portfolio, maybe?)

What trends are you loving (or hating) right now? I’d love to see some of the websites that you are fascinated with.





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5 Web Design Trends For 2020 That Are Here To Stay With Us
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We are always looking for ways to improve our skills and services and what we create. Sometimes that desire to improve is a conscious one. Most of the time it’s in the back of our minds, yet active.

Short term results can be OK, but good long term results are what you want if you are to grow in your profession. In terms of web design, that means subscribing to, and adhering to, design trends that have staying power.

You might have to stray from your comfort zone a bit to ensure your website users are engaged and allowed to remain in theirs.

And “What’s in it for me?” you might ask?

It’s not about you – but you’ll do just fine.

Browse BeTheme’s collection of 500+ pre-built websites to see what we’re talking about. These professionally-crafted design aids have precisely what we’re talking about – staying power.

 

Trend #1: Skip The Urge To Overkill. It’s Better To Take A Minimalist Navigation Approach

Web designers didn’t so much lead the way into minimalist nav design approaches as were pushed into it because of mobile design requirements. One result is that websites viewed on desktops have over time become much easier to navigate.

It’s something like trying to shorten sentences when writing, where you find you can convey as much information in fewer words and even do it better.

In the case of mobile navigation, it’s a matter of working with fewer links and less allowable space. Designers addressed the issue by limiting the number of pages in the primary menu and relegating links to sidebars or footers.

The result? An equally effective but much cleaner design.

BeRepair is an excellent example. This pre-built website tucked its nav menu neatly away beneath the hamburger menu icon.

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Open the pop-out menu and you’ll see a good example of the increasingly popular less-is-more design trend with the easy-to-navigate links in a sea of white space.

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BeGarden’s non-traditional navigation also benefits from the minimalist approach it utilizes in its left-aligned menu.

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Trend #2: Use White Space To Add Greater Emphasis To Your Message

Brevity rules here. It’s all about doing more with less.

This even applies to videos; as illustrated at the bottom of this BeWine pre-built website.

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The BeWeddingPlanner site demonstrates the power simple imagery can have in telling your brand’s story.

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This example also shows how extremely effective a bare minimum of text can be.

 

Trend #3: Give Visitors A Human Face To Connect To

Avoid a “reader board” website design approach. Give your site a personality.

Adding warmth to your site is almost always effective. BeEcoFood’s lively header coveys a warm, personal message.

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BeCatering also does a good job of adding a human touch. Doesn’t it appear as if the food is being prepared just for you?

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Trend #4: Use Common-Sense, Universally-Accepted Typography To Create A Harmonious Viewer Experience

The point here is that not all font styles are 100% browser or device friendly. You need to test them or stick with sans-serif fonts like Arial and Tahoma, or a serif font like Times New Roman. There are others of course, so you should consider doing a little research.

Make it a point to pick a web-safe font so you can devote your creativity to other tasks. BeParty’s animation for example.

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Or, an attention-getting design like you see on BeTheme’s website page with its minimal text, generous white space, and appealing and informative imagery.

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Trend #5: Dark Mode Is Here To Stay. Don’t Just Try To Live With It, Embrace It

The dark mode trend is relatively new. It’s also very popular. So much so that it’s easy to see why it definitely has staying power.

It’s easy on user’s eyes; a good thing since it appears to these same users will be spending even more time looking at their screens and not less.

Although darker websites tend to be popular, good design dictates it is accomplished in the proper contexts. As is the case with this powerful BeBoxing hero image.

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In this BeHosting example note how the dark mode trend can be used to make a site’s key messages dramatically stand out in a delightfully pleasing way.

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Which Web Design Trends Are You Thinking Of Adopting This Year?

The nice thing about the 5 trends discussed in this article is that you won’t be wasting time and energy in investing in any of them as none show any signs of becoming a passing fad.

When traffic and/or conversions start to drop off it may be because a design trend has stopped working for you; in which case it’s time to try something else.

That should never be a problem if you stay focused on those design trends that aren’t going away any time soon. That will always be the case whenever you select one of BeTheme’s 500+ pre-built websites for the foundation for your web design.

 

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