In recent years, we’ve seen a shift away from complex, busy designs in favor of cleaner, simpler ones. This trend will likely continue in 2023 as designers aim to create more user-friendly experiences.
With tried and tested knowledge of minimalism, our designers curate this trend across all types of design, from web and app design to product and packaging design.
As we move into the next decade, we expect to see some exciting new trends in graphic design. Here are a few of the most popular color trends that we can expect to see in 2023:
Pantone has announced that their color of the year for 2023 is ultraviolet. This vibrant shade is sure to make a statement in any design.
2. Bright and Bold Colors
We can expect more designers to use bright and bold colors in their work. This is a way through which our designers add impact and personality to your designs.
3. Metallic Accents
Metallic accents are a popular trend that shows no signs of slowing down. Adding a touch of metallic shine to your design enables us to make your design and vision!
4. Monochromatic Designs
Monochromatic designs are simple yet effective. Using one color throughout your design can create a clean and modern look.
Typography is an important aspect of graphic design and is always evolving. We expect to see some new fonts and lettering styles in the coming year.
Some of the newer fonts that SuperHeroes of Web anticipate seeing more of include sans-serifs with unique details, like those with small caps or unusual ligatures. We also think we’ll see increased use of hand-lettered fonts, as they add a personal touch to any design.
As for lettering styles, we predict that brush lettering will continue to be popular, as it has been for the past few years. This style is perfect for creating eye-catching headlines and adding a bit of personality to any project.
To stay ahead of the curve, it’s important to keep up with the latest graphic design trends. As 2023 comes to a close, we can look forward to some exciting changes 2023 that will shape the future of graphic design for years to come.