Blended into the flair of latest advancements, the graphic design trends of 2019 is a perfect depiction of what you can call innovation. In the world of online marketing, every industry is linked to each other. If there is an innovation made in the etch world then there is definitely a change expected to see in the graphic design industry as well. So, you need to keep an eye on every invention and discovery in order to make your work engaging and effective.
However, the trend list never suggests you jump on the bandwagon blindly. You need to understand the market and audience need before you can make a decision. Getting impressed by the cutting-edge graphic design ideas is one thing and copying it completely in another. So, be clear about your approaches before you take any step further. To give you a brief outlook about what’s in and what’s not, here is a comprehensive list of trends 2019. Read on!
The List of Fascinating Graphic Design Trends To Follow:
Covering all aspects of engaging design, here is the list you need to follow to beat your competitors on the go.
#1: Kinetic Typography
The technique to add lettering in visuals is a trend that is the brightest technique to make the design appealing. The moving text is added to entice viewers while delivering the core message efficiently. In 2018, practicing typography was seen in every artwork. It has turned into a holy grail of designing. This year designers will be focusing on pixelating, twisting, stretching, and morphing text.
#2: Collage Typography
Collage typography involves a trend of masking letters into embedding visuals. In a captivating manner, the text is written that draws the attention of viewers. The technique was seen in the title sequence like Stranger Things and Top Gears.
#3: Big, Bold Typography
The more enchanted your approach will be the better outcome you can expect. This is the philosophy that is adopted by many experienced designers. The trend of big and bold typography is going to stay for longer. It has spread its charisma in the year 2018 and this year as well, it will be seen in many branding campaigns.
#4: Animated Fonts And Titles
As the progress of custom animation video increases, designers begin to blend the technique into other forms of graphics. Now animated titles and fonts are being used to captivate the viewers by leading video animated production. The bouncing and bubbly font entices the viewers and throws a fresh outlook.
#5: Seamless Transitions
In the technique of using seamless transition, the designers are now going to add a more contemporary touch. The smooth movement of the scene without any interruption of microbreaks makes the graphics more engaging and effective. Such videos can draw the attention of target viewers and present the idea more efficiently.
#6: Thin Lines
Graphic designing will have a more definite approach in the year 2019. The use of a thin line in making the patterns and scenes will be preferred. The designers will infuse creativity making remarkable use of lines in each design. One of the iconic graphic styles is making drawings using lines and delivering the core message without there even the need for adding colors.
Making the best use of geometric concepts and styles has been a part of the trend list for years and it’s not going to leave anytime soon. So, it’s better for you to adopt the latest techniques to blend a bit of geometry and make your design appealing. This trend is also adopted when making illustrations. You can add a sparkling touch while showcasing a bit of a rough touch.
#8: Liquid Motion
In liquid motion, the animations transform in a liquid manner. Each figure blends into another and a new image is formed. The colors, patterns, and techniques all revolve around the concept of liquid or pastel colors. Liquid transition creates a more captivating design and it has introduced a new technique in the graphics industry. It attempts to make the entire visual delightful. A subtle sense of movement is seen in the designs.
#9: Isometric Design
Isometric designs show a blend of the 2D and 3D framework. The background or setting is created in a three-dimensional frame while the objects placed in the design are in a 2D frame. The technique of using flat designs seems to have faded away and have been replaced with isometric designs where 3D and 2D objects enhance the dull look of a flat framework.
#10: Combining 2D and 3D
If the nostalgia of childhood’s appealing cartoon series- Flintstone is not over yet, here comes a magical technique to create an aura around you that will take you into the story completely. With the smart technique to use both the 3D and 2D framework in one setting is equally engaging. Where Isomeric transitions showed the blend of these techniques on a flat surface, this technique can also be used on a much broad scale. You can create a story with elements of both the frames.
In Digital-surrealism the technique where a three-dimensional life is portrayed on a flat screen. With the use of advanced technology, crisp visuals, and intuitive graphics an immersive story is presented. The graphics made with digital surrealism is captivating and produce maximum outcomes. Many renowned brands have adopted this technique to put forward their products and services.
#12: 3D Everywhere
From graphics related to games, tech products or for any industry, one thing will be constant- the use of the 3D framework. The use of three-dimensional framework has been in trends for ages. The way it represents any service or product is eye-pleasing and effective. It enhances productivity at double pace. However, CGI animation is going to hit the graphic design industry. You need to add a more realistic touch with detailing to enhance a real version of the image. The animation will revolve around the concept of realism in graphics.
#13: Highly Complex VFX
Highly Complex VFX is one of the oldest technique of adding motion graphics. In this technique, the video is created by mixing real-life characters into computer-generated imagery. It shows that anything is possible by taking the character into another setting and making him do things using computer-generated visuals.
#14: Colorful Color Palettes
If you have been sticking to just one or two shades of colors when making graphics, now is the time to change your practice. The year 2019 introduces the enticing use of colorful palette. You have to use interesting color shades that can motivate the viewers and throw a refreshing flair.
#15: Punchy Pastels
Where bold colors are spreading their charisma, compelling viewers and enticing thousands, the use of soft pastel colors is also at the peak. You will see a lot of artwork with colors this year. You cannot stick to just one technique. You need to learn how to incorporate peachy colors and where to go for a bold and bright shade.
#16: Animated GIF Logos
You must have experienced the craze of making animated logos last year, but how about making animated GIF logos. The new trend of involving animation and GIFs together with logo designs. You can add a touch of humor mixed in a smart message to deliver rich meanings. It will increase interactivity with the viewers and keep them indulged in the content for longer.
The technique of creating logos using a technique of blending one or more types of visuals together is called morphing. It is an engaging tactic to blend out a message from one concept by shifting the graphics into another. You have to shift the graphics from one object to another or one layer into another. Morphing has gained a lot of fame due to being effective for capturing attention in a short span.
Knowing the trouble marketers encounter in capturing the attention of highly distracted online users, the technique called micro interactions was invented that is now seen to have been practiced a lot. As per the technique, by adding micro-level interactions in the way of animation and subtle movement you can enhance user engagement. You can keep them indulged in the activities or your time even throughout the page loading time.
Cinemagraphs is one of the most compelling motion graphics trends. The technique involves the creation of an image having slight movement to show motion in its animation. The image is set to motion upon clicking.
#20: Glitch Effect
The thing that was resented earlier is now being practiced and welcomed wholeheartedly in the graphic design industry. Have you notched an image that has been pixelated or the disrupted videos making broken and distorted lines in its visuals? That is known as a glitch. This effect is now being adopted by many brands in creating alluring graphics and it has gained quite a number of followers.