Trends aren't necessarily something you have to follow, but being aware of them is important. When it comes to Graphic Design this is especially true.
In an article written by Janie Kliever for the Canva Design School Blog, she points out 9 trends and explains why it's important to be aware of them,
"But even if you’re not one to follow the trends, as a designer, it’s smart to be aware of the shifts going on in your industry—if only to avoid them before they become overused, or to have the opportunity to twist them into something new and interesting.
While forecasting trends with any certainty is a tricky business, many members of the design industry seem to have developed a consensus as to what styles and approaches are most likely to take off in 2016."
Here are the 9 trends she pointed out:
1. “Modern” Retro Style
Erin L. M. McGuire
2. Material Design
3. Bright, Bold Colors
4. Geometric Shapes
5. Negative Space
6. Modular Layouts
7. Dramatic Typography
8. Custom Illustrations
9. Abstract, Minimalistic Style
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