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13 Design Trends For 2013

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Dinh Thanh, Jan 11, 2013.

  1. Dinh Thanh

    Dinh Thanh Well-Known Member

  2. Kim

    Kim Well-Known Member

    So most of it is back to the future! lol

    Flat design and .gifs and Huge fonts and big search boxes :p
     
  3. sieugamethu9687

    sieugamethu9687 New Member

    i like Flat design
     
  4. Forsaken

    Forsaken Well-Known Member

    At best that article is poorly written and overlooks that nearly everything mentioned by the author has been a trend for the last 3 years (Being generous here).

    Half of the crap he mentions as a 'trend' has been in discussion for HTML5 for years (The web based stuff), and most of the app based stuff has been utilized for quite a while (Gestures, seriously?)

    New colors? This is a trend? If so, it started all the way back in the 90's.

    Lets not forget designing for humans... Calling this a design trend is simply retarded. If it isn't built for a human, the designer should be shot or banned from designing.

    Flat design begun to get picked up quite a bit last year with ICS and WP7, both of which lack skeuomorphism, which is most widely used by Apple and Mac designers (Generalizing).

    The author seems to have confused this with the last few years, because there was quite a bit he could have covered that was newer, or at least accurate for a prediction, rather with going with the safe bets of the last half decade.
     
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  5. Bram

    Bram Well-Known Member

    One thing that currently prevents me to get sucked up in the responsive-design hype is the fact that ads aren't responsive.

    The moment Google or other larger ad service will offer responsive ads (why not :D?) I gladly take the plunge into the responsiveness pool.

    But having a 1920px wide site/forum with tiny ads will have a major impact on the revenues that we need to pay for the server bills.
     
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  6. Shamil

    Shamil Well-Known Member

    Some of this is baked into Twitter Bootstrap.

    Whatever I do, I just can't seem to get it right: http://shamil.co.uk
     

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