In this video, I show some of my predictions of graphic design trends in 2019. This year is going to be huge for design so I hope you guys are ready for it!
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Online Talent sourcing on a worldwide basis has basically destroyed any real concept of value in many
creative fields. I can advertise on any number of websites or post a
competition for a logo design or pretty well anything that can be delivered via
an online but not only restricted to that form of delivery, and people out
there will submit their entries for whatever paltry amount is on offer. People
may say you pay peanuts and thats what you get but its not really true. I have
browsed through websites like I am describing and whilst there maybe some work
that is not of a very good standard there is plenty that is and being totally
undervalued against what we would consider market value. 5K for a logo, dream
on, how about 5 dollars? Ive seen people offering as little as this for a logo
and sure enough there are those individuals and companies in countries where
the cost of living is a lot less who are willing to do the work, without even
the guarantee that they will be the chosen winner. I mean they actually submit
their jobs, or at least pics of their design online. Creative work has always
been undervalued but now it faces total extinction of value.
I‘m almost 50 now. I‘ve seen and done all of this over and over again. Only the time of Re/Cycling seems to get shorter and shorter. I find it funny. And in the end I want to die as a very good drummer, in practicing music there are still whole unexplored universes. Besides the ear is still extremely underrated by most people who do design. Compared to the eye it’s „open“ 24/7, usually.
I believe many missed the point of this helpful information. You know who does follow trends? Often the people with whom your clients are paying you to communicate. Awareness of what the market is doing and an idea where it's heading is a necessity and a starting point for any "solution" when I work. You either strategically work toward a trend or away from it as your goals and target audience dictate.
In my opinion, if you're following some personal inflexible rule like "I'm just here to see what not to do, lol" you're limiting your strategy and ultimately your creative options. Designs can work in spite of trends, regardless of trends, or because of trends. Looking just at the "in spite of" solutions designs can be just as formulaic as focusing on "because of."
Great video with pretty good predictions! One thing, Nike is pronounced Nigh-key, not simply "Nigh-ck", since Nike brand is named after the Greek Goddess of Victory, which the name´s Pronunciation is actually "Nigh-key". And to answer your question, I am not very fun at parties.
This channel is the best, I’ve taken all the tips and knowledge I can. Now I’m growing as a graphic designer. I’ve even created a YouTube channel to follow my progress. I would love some support and feedback from you.
why are there so many people from india, nigeria who are claiming to be graphic designers? they're flooding various groups on facebook just to spam their fiverr or portfolio link and throw their phone number around... apparently it's about who can spam their "i will logo design" message as many times as possible into some post.
Why is that and do you think it's easy to get around these people and actually get customers? I just want to turn my hobby into a job as i'm a broke student anyways...
Stick to the fundamentals, stick to creating clean designs , as a designer people who come to me for a logo or design advice are coming to me because I create style , I do follow trends , it's okay to take inspiration from other producers but don't just copy or follow trends, trends don't last , try to create something that is beyond a trend that will last the test of time.
Nice! I really like this lowpoly polyshape triangle 3d design thing. I even created my own papercraft animal. It’s a lovely DIY Paper Fox. And I am thinking about going into production soon. Im looking forward to how this design trend will come up in 2019. Go to Instagram @faltfuchs if you want to see my fox 🦊🦊
Thanks for the video Will!
I also think:
- brutalism in web design will reach its peak, but may move into corporate design spheres.
- motion and interactive design will get bigger in web this year (with a focus on playfulness and experimentation).
- Rise of physicality within digital design. Also, websites that treat space like print design will get bigger then reach a peak.
- conventions for ui and web ux will start to be ignored in favour of surprise (people are bored of the web looking pretty much the same due to templates).
- surge in organic/adaptable identity solutions.
I think low poly is pretty dated, so will be interested to see if that can come back in an interesting way. Single line is becoming a bit overused and underwhelming too.
Wishing you all a productive 2019!
This video would've been literally 80x times better if you replace all the footage of you talking with you speedmaking all the designs in photoshop or representing more images of the designs you were talking about. :)
I think a design trend that we will see more of and will be carried over from the last year or so is Illustration in design. Flat vector type illustration is everywhere and is prominent in the tech/app industries, food and beverage industries, in branding and packaging.
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