Michael Barraza


2018 Top 5 Design Trends: What to expect

2018 is the time to let all of those uncharacteristic designs, tests and wild creative energy come to fruition. While you may discover some of these a tremendous astonishment, you may have noticed others coming a mile away. So, with that being said let’s not wait for one more second and start. Time to uncover which trends in visual communication will be supreme hits in 2018.

The "Glitch" Effect

The virus infected picture, or also known as the glitch effect, has been a standout amongst the most prevalent patterns in the digital world recently. At a time, what was once irritating for the observer has now been transformed into a strong form of art in itself.

Images created by  Não Não-Eu

Images created by Não Não-Eu

Clearly, fans of blood and gore films have been comfortable with this one for a long time. However, the year 2018 is the year when the virus has spread throughout numerous pictures and designs.

Typography as Real-Life Elements

One of the more modern trends in the design world is the idea of typography firmly associating with different components of a composition. The end goal is letters that are transformed into genuine real-life objects

3D Design using one color

Recently, we've been seeing increasingly 3D inspired design utilizing a similar foundation shading as the item exhibited. The item "pops" because of the volume made by the 3D strategies. It looks very eye-satisfying.

Metallic Elements

As an expansion to brilliant hues, metallic components enter the universe of visual communication to make the "Stunning" impact. Regularly joined with other hot patterns, for example, 3D compositions and inventive typography, this pattern brings the impact of a genuine piece.

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At the point when Instagram changed its logo in 2016 into a beautiful gradient of purples, pinks, and oranges, no one could have imagined this trend would turn out to be so immense. It was only the start of its ascent. Even with the way that we did not know about the true potential of this aesthetic (everybody was obsessed with flat design back then), here we are, seeing increasingly these beautiful gradients make their way.

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