Design Trends In 2020 and How to Create Them!

 Design Trends In 2020 and How to Create Them!

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As they say, trends are your friends and in the world of design being in the know on the latest trends is essential to staying relevant and up to date with your work.
Trends can also be themes you see running through modern new design work. There are a reason we see these themes become popular.



For instance there is an emerging trend of using ultra chunky ultra bold fonts and typefaces in web design and mobile app design. The reason why is because chunky typefaces make for better readably when looking at small screens like a phone or iwatch. There is usually a fundamental reason we see these trends emerge and I want to go over several of the ones I think can be long-term design shifts that will last not just for months but for years to come.


You never want to follow trends because they look fresh and cool, you want to follow them because they change the way we interact and engage with a design or brand. They give us new feelings of exciting, change and give us a glimpse in human creativity. 

We are going to look at a few major design themes or trends that I believe will emerge or continue into the year 2020. Not only that, we will do some basic simple projects we can do to help you emulate these trends or know the right software to engage with to make them happen


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 Design Trends In 2020 and How to Create Them!


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