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When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

When Humour Meets Good Web Design – 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

As web designers, each project you work on has a unique set of goals and requirements. However, we all have one goal for all our projects – to impress people, creating the websites that are memorable. Who wouldn’t like this, right?

To accomplish this purpose, we usually think of all kinds of content strategies or try to follow at least some of the latest web design trends. But despite all receipts of creating great content, there is one that some of us have forgotten: a fun experience is often an enjoyable one and an enjoyable experience is a memorable one. By adding some fun to our projects, we can offer people a delightful experience that they will not only remember, but they also might share with others.

When I say “add fun”, I don’t mean to turn your client’s website into a circus web page (unless your client is a circus, of course). I am thinking of changes and additions that add a bit of fun into the interactions between viewers and web pages or at elements of a design that would help the websites you develop become more enjoyable to use, and more memorable overall.

At the same time, I’d like you to understand that “fun” doesn’t mean “silly”. You can add a touch of delight and enjoyment to the user experience without making your client seem childish or unprofessional. The trick is to know how much fun you can add, where is the best to use it, and when to admit that you’ve gone too far.

Let’s look at some examples of websites that do a great job of using fun to create both enjoyable and memorable experiences for their users.

Meomi

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

The whole Meomi’s design includes fun characters that move and respond as you scroll over them, the overall experience being filled with discovery and delight as you explore. I love especially the fact that as busy as the site is, you know quickly what’s all about due to the tagline placed towards the top of the page — “A little design studio dedicated to play, delight, and whismy.”

Slaveryfootprint

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

This website “allows consumers to visualize how their consumption habits are linked to modern day slavery”. Maybe doesn’t sound like a place where “fun” would work, but if you visit the website and select the “what?” arrow, the experience begins. The whole site includes cartoonish illustrations, a sense of anticipation, and fun interactivity, turning a simple web page into a memorable and powerful experience.

Pete Nottage

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

This portfolio site has a design that features different site illustrations, each representing sections such as contact, about, etc. The joyful cartoonish style is completed by funny text, turning the whole website into an enjoyable experience. This is an excellent example of a UX that balances simplicity and creativity.

Needagents

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Needagents – ably and colorfully illustrates the company name, by using deep and solemn agent characters and dark blue color palette that is primordially associated with business stuff. On an otherwise serious topic, using the cartoon characters adds a touch of fun, turning a simple and serious subject matter into a pleasant experience.

Alessandra Balzani

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

The “emotional designer” Alessandra Balzani brings a note of funny yet sophisticated innocence, through her website design. By seeing this design, I have to admit that she knows how to play with lines, characters, and images, providing her visitors a great user experience. Good job!

Well Done Team GB

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Well Done Team GB congratulates its Olympians in a quaint manner, colorfully and dynamically illustrating various victories. The parallax effect adds depth to the flat design and the funny characters used here not just add a touch of humor, but also help with their storytelling.

Fountain of Youth Coconut Water

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Fountain of Youth Coconut Water – does a good job with this site. By combining the cartoonish style with animation and a sprightly music in the background, they add not just a funny touch, but also some depth to a flat design. And this is just the beginning. Just visit the website and the adventure will begin!

XHTML Crab 

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

XHTML Crab – draws onlookers’ attention to a glaring crab illustration in a center, which severely resembles a character from Walt Disney’s cartoon. Also, the vintage font and the imagery used for the whole website turn it into a pleasant user experience.

Dumb Ways To Die

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Dumb ways to die is a website dedicated to the big problems of negligence in Metro. The website fascinates not only by its pleasing unique characters but also by the well-executed idea that is supported by specially devised song. Their focus is on making loads more fun entertainment for kids while continuing to remind them to be safe – primarily around trains.

Netiko

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Netiko has a habitual light gray paper-based design. Of course, this approach is not new, but what is truly refreshing and appealing here is the integration of funny and kind robots throughout the whole design that has a look of old-school stickers.

Stuff and Nonsense

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Stuff and Nonsense establishes a hilarious and slightly urban atmosphere by means of the cartoon-style illustrated header with cheerful personages. Their website not just conveys their personality, but it’s also distinctive and has a soul.

Mailboxing

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Mailboxing is a fun little game for all ages. The website features low-poly graphics that add to website roughness, and, at the same time, queerness. Based on geometric forms and flat style, illustration gets an idiomatical appearance.

JSConf

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

JSConf is a website made for a javascript convention. It has a fun and creative cartoon design with various colors and animations.

CUPS

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

CUPS is a charity website that utilizes its design with illustrations to convey their very serious message in an attractive way. The illustrations make the page more interesting. It is even made more entertaining with animations. So, even if the subject is a very serious one, by using this fun and interesting approach we can see on the whole site, we are able to make the visitors stay and read further.

Easy Rocket Studio

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Easy Rocket Studio has a space-themed web design that is filled with creative illustrations and animations that makes browsing more entertaining. Yet another proof that the world of sport is a special one.

Traveline Cymru

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

This cool combination of interactivity and motion graphics which works seamlessly is a horizontal scrolling one pager telling a Christmas story by Traveline Cymru. The single page website features comic-style illustrations, including falling snow as you browse.

BlackMoon Design

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

BlackMoon Design is a game development studio and its portfolio website has a spot on design. It has a classic game design as a background image. They love to play and this is obvious just by viewing this page.

Mango Languages

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Mango prepares learners for realistic conversations and strengthens everyday communication skills in over 70 world languages, including English. They like to have fun and to create lovable language-learning experiences, and their website just conveys this message. A fun-infused way to learn a new language.

Nasty Creatures

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Nasty Creatures is a full-service solution company providing rich user experience via mobile application development and digital media solutions. Their ingenuity manifests not just when taking care of their clients, but also when it comes to their website. The cartoonish design of Nasty Creature’s page adds some fun to a very serious subject, offering the visitors an enjoyable user experience.

Gisele Jaquenod

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

This is another funny and joyful portfolio website. Being herself a designer, Gisele uses the cartoons characters not just to present her work, but also to create a pleasant experience for the visitors.

Hungercrunch

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

When you dive a bit deeper into the copy and videos of this website you discover that when you “top up” on game supplies/add-ons, the proceeds go toward feeding orphaned children. The one-pager features such vibrant and well-illustrated characters from the game, including a comic section and an interactive hover-sensitive intro.

Visionare

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Visionare is an upcoming application that claims to help you achieve your goals by drawing from the experience of people who have already achieved them. It’s a very nice blend of flat design and texture and the cartoon characters add a funny touch. What a great intro animation as well – slick, vibrant and sums up all the categories in one image.

Flying Piñata

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Beautifully designed One Pager promoting a new startup that delivers piñatas via drones. Make sure you watch the video too – hilarious and really well made.

Memrise

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

They make learning languages and vocabulary so full of joy and life, you’ll laugh out loud. Funny design, great user experience.

Camp Flywheel

When Humour Meets Good Web Design - 25 Beautiful/Funny Websites

Flywheel is a delightful platform that empowers designers, developers and digital agencies to build beautiful and functional sites for their clients. And they also did a very good job with their website. Colorful parallax scrolling and low-poly design add a touch of fun and provide an enjoyable visual experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Despite the minimalism being present in almost every form of art and the concept of minimalism has been quite around for centuries, it became a specific form of art in the 20th century. Starting then, like vintage or retro design, it has never in or out of a trend – it was just there, regardless of time.

In simple words, the minimalism is defined as eliminating all the unnecessary elements and retain just the fundamental, in order to allow the content pop. The “less is more” philosophy is a well-loved style of design among web designers, who are increasingly appreciating it.  Even if the minimalism offers the websites that embrace it many advantages, maybe the most important are faster loading times, a better compatibility between the different screen sizes, the clean and beautiful visuals and the efficiency in conveying the message to the audience. Moreover, a simple UI design is attuned to mobile browsing, without harming the desktop experience.

In terms of design, the minimalist aesthetic is the visual representation of this concept. Even if in the early days of this style it was very difficult for the designers to achieve its simplicity and clean lines, they have learned to “declutter” the visual to the point of it being the second nature. However, some of the designers take it a step further and cut out almost everything from the design.

Indeed, even if the latest web designs with loud color, trendy headers, and stunning imagery are really attractive, sometimes, it’s nice to see and admire the everlasting minimalist style. The ultra-minimalist websites in this list focus on composition and typography to create clean and simple visuals, and the naked designs are as beautiful as those full of glamour.

Rubrasonic

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

The website uses changing dark backgrounds that harm the eyes a little bit. Otherwise, the extreme simplicity defines the whole design. For the home page, the white centered logo shows some music-related quotes, such as: “I call architecture frozen music” (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe), “After silence, that which comes closest to expressing the inexpressible is music” (Aldous Huxley) and so on. The navigation menu is represented by the white dots on the left of the screen and hovering the mouse over them brings up the category title.

Leen Heyne

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Besides its jewelry, Leen Heyne’s monochrome logo and company name are the only significant visual elements on its homepage. The surrounding expanse of gray space and white texts make it a safe bet, the user’s eyes going back and forth between the two core visual elements.

Wmat.it

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Here is an extremely minimalist homepage design. Most of the elements on this page do something – the letters are the navigation menu and show the categories on mouse over. The solid black square shows some video clips when you hover the mouse over it. The only element that does nothing is the circle.

Wildflower

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Seeing this page, it’s no wonder that this joyful little website is ultra-minimalist as there really isn’t much content throughout! The home page has black text on a white background, the only accent of color being the pink heart in the text. The next page is similar, just asking you for your name and the name of the person you want to give a flower to, then you get your flower, which you can change if you wish.

Hunkwot

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

This site uses the ultra-minimalist concept in a very beautiful way. The home page has a very pale gray background with thin, hardly-visible white lines separating the categories that are displayed in black text across the page. When you hover over any of the links, a shape with colored lines/arrows appears, adding a lovely splash of color to the page.

The Post Family

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Discover the full layout of this ultra-minimalist website. It begins with a black & white screen which showcases a big heading, the menu, and the logo design. Also, you can navigate through the site using your keyboard.

Velvet Hammer

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Velvet Hammer’s site demonstrates the value of composition in minimalism. The two dominating visuals are poised symmetrically, all four corners are occupied, the entire scene is framed by a thick black border, and thin lines bisect the vertical and horizontal halves. At the center of the screen – though not the composition – is the brand name. The whole site has the same ultra-minimalist design.

Symbolset

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Icon font vendor Symbolset attracts attention to the interactive area in the middle of its site by minimizing the competing elements and adding a brightly colored, ever-changing background. An inspired demonstration of minimalist design.

Huggable.io

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

This is a real expression of extreme minimalism. The website is, in fact, an app that will tell you when a flight is due to arrive. You enter the airline, then you are asked for the flight number – if that flight number is relevant to more than one flight you will be offered the days of the flight to choose from, then finally you are shown the departure and arrival times – or when your ‘huggable’ time is! This is great if you are waiting at an airport for a delayed flight – as long as the airline actually has some idea of arrival time, you can get the info.

We Ain’t Plastic

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

We Ain’t Plastic website uses the philosophy “less is more” in a very classic way. Contrast is another useful visual tactic for keeping minimalist designs interesting. German UX engineer Roland Lösslein’s website We Ain’t Plastic sets up a stark contrast in size between the central image and the text and icons above.

Brian Nathan Hartwell

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

The homepage is dominated by the black background, the only accent being “gold” and white typography. This website is well-organized into a grid layout which includes a certain project. Each one has an amazing animation which comes to life when you hover over.

Carlo Barberis

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

The Italian jeweler Carlo Barberis takes the advantage of the high-end attributes of ultra minimalism, with little more than a hero image on each screen. As usual, an image speaks more than one thousand words.

Why we explore

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Created by the Swiss interaction designer Nicolas Lanthemann, Why We Explore is a blog about space that follows an interesting format. Although the topic is vast, the information is given plenty of space to breathe; each new theme being announced as the viewer scrolls horizontally across the page.

The Office of Jason James

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

In terms of design, a minimalist approach can say a lot about your website. This is a stunning portfolio website that uses a side menu and a creative clean design. The light gray background accompanies beautifully the dark-gray typography and the stunning pictures, leaving the information room to breathe.

Elite Model

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Modelling agency Elite takes the minimalist design to its extreme. In terms of navigation, the focus is on only two main pathways, and all the others tucked away in a hamburger menu. In terms of visual design, the website has the classic black and white color scheme, excepting the “Become a model” section. Another website where the photos speak for themselves.

Werkling Brand Design Agency

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

For sure, you can express more with less! The Werklig agency knows this! Their website uses a large white background and the classic black and white color scheme for the part that is designated for their presentation. On the other side, for their portfolio, they used a grid layout to showcase each project.

Lunar Gravity

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

This website includes a neat parallax effect which makes everything come to life, giving another dimension to the entire layout.

Scytale

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Scytale is another defining website for the concept of minimalism in web design. They use very large white and light gray background and big and bold typography, helping the user to focus on the main message. The red color used for some flat design and typography are the only color accents used here.

Thrive

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

Simple design on a subtle grid. Garnished with flat design and simple, bright blue color via scrolling. A fun, clean, good interaction!

Yaron Schoen

Top 20 Inspiring Examples Of Ultra-Minimalist Websites

You only need a message and a creative way to showcase it to the public. This minimalist website also includes a full-screen menu design which can be accessed from the sticky logo design on the top left.

 

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The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design – WebDesignLedger

With so much information related to the evolution of the graphic design, I don’t think there is any designer who can deny that flat design is one of the latest and hottest trends in the graphic design world. Having its own roots in the minimalist design, this visually simple and simplistic style can have many different forms and definitions. But to clear the things right from the beginning, I think it’s a better option to describe flat design starting from what it isn’t:

  1. Flat design is not 3D. In simple words, the style’s name comes from its two-dimensional characteristics that are given by the usage of the flat shapes and of the details that create depth and dimension, such as shadows, textures, and highlights.
  2. Flat design is not skeuomorphic. It started as a reaction against skeuomorphism. Designed to suggest or to look like (resemble) the real-world objects or processes, skeuomorphism uses generously effects such as drop shadows, reflections, realistic textures, bevel and emboss, glows and so on.

Flat design started to be a recognizable style in 2012 and 2013 thanks to the release of Windows 8 and iOS 7.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

Why is flat design so popular today?

There are many reasons for which the flat website design has taken the web world by storm. Easy user interface, bold colors, sharp images, simple navigation, distinctive fonts, easy to read the text, all together contribute in making flat design the best option for many designers and customers. Indeed, all designers know that flat design is two-dimensional, uses simple graphic design and icons and has some minimalist approach that makes especially the web design projects easy to manage. On the other hand, for the companies which embrace this style, it comes with attributes such as simple user interface, friendly aesthetics, clean, colorful, positive wire-framing effect, minimal, ease of use and maintenance and the list seems to continue.

We see today tons of SaaS companies and products leverage flat design for creating easy to understand and simple products. Here are a few resource management software tools to online banking apps, they all started to embrace flat design and absolutely nail it.

However, the web designers have to face these days not just the challenge of a new relative trend, but they also have to make sure the design is responsive enough to provide the user an easy access on other devices than just desktops.

Taking into consideration the flat design has been around for a few years and is still going strong, for sure it’s more than just a passing trend and it has come here to stay. As for any other trend, there are two sides of the same coin that each designer should know and not just blindly follow the trend.

So, let’s look at flat design pros and cons and also let’s see where it might head in the future.

The PROS

 

Flat design is trendy

As we’ve already mentioned, flat design is one of the hottest trends nowadays. You may see it everywhere, whether it’s about brand design, print, packaging or web design. Those visual projects that use flat design are on top and this style has gained the attention of many graphic designers in a very short time.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

Flat design is compatible with the responsive design

Since Microsoft, Apple and other big brands have embraced the flat design, this style was also adopted as a fresh approach to delivering a great experience to the users. From its appearance until now, it has been and continues to be an excellent choice for web and mobile design – and for some good reasons.

It’s true the flat design principles fits all design categories and can be applied by all of them, but its grid-based layouts and simple visual are particularly suited to web and mobile design because they can be easily resized or rearranged to display on different devices and screen sizes.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

Taking into consideration that the number of people connecting to the internet using mobile devices surpassed the number of those who access the internet using a desktop, the reason for choosing flat design website is more than obvious. According to Ryan Allen, flat design can be used to “dynamically scale to a content-appropriate size much simpler than a pixel-perfect design.”

Flexible framework

No matter how you name it – grids, cards or modules – many visuals using the flat look tend to rely their graphics on geometric shapes, especially because this type of layout is easy to scan and navigate. The grids or modules are also flexible frameworks that can be shaped into different configurations. This allows the designers to create visuals that best suits with different design projects and display their content, rather than gather the content in limiting and pre-determined layouts.

Let’s take a look at the two examples listed below:

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The San-Francisco based agency Moniker uses grids in different ways to show their work, profile, and news.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

On the other hand, these brochure and flyer designs feature different geometric shapes for highlighting various design elements such as typography and icons. Also, the blocks of uniform colors and simple illustration bring the flat look for both of them.

Clean typography

Because of the lack of three-dimensional effects and of the quite simple visual, flat design also provoke the designers to approach the typesetting in a different way. Often, the result is a larger and more streamlined typography that combined with bright colors, bold and creative look makes it look absolutely stunning.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

Clean and Sharp Visuals

One of the most important characteristics that make a flat design so appealing and interesting is its sharp design. The icons, shapes, lines, and buttons are all in the minimalist style, making the visual look beautiful. Also, the high-contrast features including bright colors, typography, and boldness all together make the design clean and easy to follow.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The CONS

 

Lack of Distinctiveness

In terms of visual communication, every business or brand wants its design to communicate their unique characteristics, whether they are using about brochures, posters, websites, apps or something else to convey their message.

One of the downsides of flat designs is the constraints imposed to designers by the minimalist approach and relatively strict rules. With a limited choice of principles to apply, combined with other current graphic design trends, we’re seeing a huge rise in generically designed visuals.

For instance, let’s take a look at the two apps listed below, which are unrelated to each other:

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

Both of them feature almost the same geometric shapes, use the same color scheme and overlapped white sans-serif text.

Compromised Usability

While they strive to emphasize the flat design’s clean and minimalist qualities, some designers fall into the trap of focusing too much on aesthetics to the detriment of usability. This is a particular risk for the web and mobile design.

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

Since everything is flat, it’s hard to say what is clickable and what is not. To keep it simple, flat design projects tend to have less “information density”, so, important features and actions can be hidden from the view. Therefore, many users don’t accept with an open heart the too much simplicity in interface design that characterizes the flat design.

 

Extreme minimalism

The ethos of flat design is to implement the “Swiss Style” philosophy. A philosophy that places heavy emphasis on minimalism amongst other things. But the minimalism included here is a fine line that could be easily overstepped and transform everything in a featureless site.

On the other side, it can be difficult to convey a complicated visual message in flat design. One of the arguments against flat design is the simplicity of user-interface tools. The supporters of skeuomorphic design say the effects that add a sense of realism make the tools easy to use. Frankly, I think it depends on the context.

The FUTURE

 

Flat 2.0

As the flat design has been around for few years with all its pros and cons, the designers decided to adjust the style according to their needs.

In its early days, the flat design was characterized by a strict visual simplicity. However, for both aesthetic and functional reasons, the recent developments have brought the subtle reintroduction of effects like shadows and textures. The result is a style named “Flat 2.0” or “almost-flat” design.

This style is more of a compromise: you still get the clean simplicity of flat design but add some subtitle 3D effects for a visual variety and improved usability.

Material Design

The Pros, Cons And Future Of Flat Design - WebDesignLedger

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Including many common characteristics with Flat 2.0, Material Design is a visual language developed by Google that accentuates grid-based layouts and features of “deliberate color choices, edge-to-edge imagery, large-scale typography, and intentional white space” to create a “bold and graphic interface that immerse the user in the experience”.

Considering the material as a metaphor, Material Design uses a paper-inspired approach with “visual cues that are grounded in reality” and “familiar tactile attributes” for helping users to quickly understand and navigate the designs. Also, the “fundamentals of light, surface, and movement are key to conveying how objects move, interact, and exist in space and in relation to each other. Realistic lighting shows seams, divides space, and indicates moving parts.”

As Google Material Design’s guide is free, the designers are encouraged to apply it to their own work, whether they chose to follow closely these guidelines or to pick up and use the elements and techniques they like.

Join the Discussion

Whether you are an advocate of flat design or of skeuomorphism, the two can certainly co-exist. It depends on the context and content. The tricky part, as the last years has shown and for sure the next years will prove, is to find the perfect balance between them.

Where do you see flat design moving? Do you think it is here to stay or taking into consideration the last evolution of the graphic design trends, it will rather evolve to something else? Feel free to share your thoughts and insights in the comments.

 

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