Posts Tagged ‘Web design styles’

Multi-Dimensionality: Player #1 of the Metaverse

Imagine your client explaining the following to you: “I need help designing my data product. I want an interface that is smart, sophisticated, and knows me. I want it to learn about my habits and offer me suggestions for things I don’t know I want or need. I need to be able to find information […]

Blend and Bend the Rules with Expressive Typography

We all want the World Wide Web (WWW) to be a more informative and engaging place, right? We want to see new design trends bringing life to the digital space every year. As designers, marketers, and creatives, we sometimes sit and wait to find out what trend we should be following for the next year, […]

Neo-Brutalism: The Trendy Middle Child of Web Design

Since the beginning of 2021, Y2k trends have taken over pop culture and fashion. In fashion, we saw butterfly hair clips, bucket hats, and low-rise jeans. In technology, cord headphones became cool again, and Samsung released a new-age flip phone. Design trends moved with pop culture. We started seeing grunge aesthetics, colorful gradients, holographic patterns, […]

Dark Mode and Digital Accessibility: Who it Helps and Without it, Who it May Hinder

If you only knew the power of the Dark Side mode… Ok, it might be a slightly altered quote from Darth Vader, but you get the point. Dark mode can be very powerful indeed for those who require it and those that it just makes viewing convenient. Let’s take a few minutes to talk about […]

Corporate Memphis: The Style of Silicon Valley by Way of Italy and Bob Dylan

You’ve probably seen them before – colorfully illustrated characters with bendy limbs, accompanied by geometric shapes and friendly typography, portraying a sense of optimism and collaboration on the website or app from the latest startup. This style, known as Corporate Memphis, has become synonymous with the modern web and big tech. The style has become […]