I always get excited to find out some of the designs trends for the upcoming year. Typically, all the trends ended up being a summary of elements that I’ve seen over and over again in precedent years. As no surprise to you, 2020 was a different year. The pandemic forced users to rely on design more than even to perform their job, learn, shop and to care for their well being.
I’m happy to see lots of colors, motion and a come back of a simpler UI/UX experience.
Take a look at this amazing article from Behance to learn all about the trends!
2021 Design Trends by Milo (Behance Article)
After months of quarantine and isolation brought on by the global pandemic, we look at 2021 with high hopes and cautious optimism.
Being such an atypical year, in which time seems to have stopped, there have been no major changes in the trends of 2020, which will continue to dominate in 2021, in fact we can say that some of the trends were influenced by the pandemic and the needs it created in all domains.
In the third quarter of the year began to appear, very shy, new influences whose dominance will be felt gradually in 2021.
Even if most trends from 2020 will continue to influence the design scene next year, we will try to keep only those that will dominate in 2021.Main Trend of 2021
3d is definitely the trend of 2021, because it is found in all branches of design, and the novelty is that it is starting to be used in UI, which until now has been dominated by flat design.
The more and more frequent adoption of 3d is also due to the fact that we have at hand some new software, very easy to use, some even free (Figma for example, it is free for freelancers and has some plugins that make the use of 3d user friendly ) How many of us were not discouraged when they opened complex programs like C4D, 3D Studio Max or Maya? Now with software like Figma or Dimensions CC, any designer can quickly learn how to create beautiful 3d scenarios. These softwares are perfect for a 3D beginner.