Design Trends that’s creating a storm in 2017
The graphic design world is an ever evolving zone. No trends are meant to live forever hence it is important to always keep a step ahead of the game. We are here to present you some of the hottest design trends from 2017. If you haven’t had a glimpse of these trends, now is the time. Use these design trends and light up your Christmas greeting cards, party invites and Christmas tasting menus. Stay a step ahead with Vegaprint.
It’s raining colours
If you love a wide range of the colour palette , why not use this design trend in your business card or corporate stationery design. The rule in 2017 is, the brighter, the better. Refrain from playing safe this year, go bold with colours. Use them for your logo designs , brand identity, business cards, flyers, letterheads and your company websites.
Designers have been out and about breaking rules this year. A hot trend in graphic design and websites is the creation of asymmetric designs. Designers these days are looking to create original designs and the best way to do is through asymmetric designs. In this kind of compositions the graphic design elements are not exactly balanced on both sides of the design unlike in a symmetric design when you can easily divide the composition in two even parts. Breaking the rule of symmetry maybe challenging but is not impossible at the moment.
Geometry all the way
This is a trend that has been going on since 2016 and has sustained itself through 2017. Geometric patterns look classy when used the right way for your logo design and business stationery including letterheads, business cards, compliment slips, correspondence cards among others. To make your design trendy you can combine it with bright colours and bold typography that will be appealing to your clients.
Illustrations more than images
The current favourite among clients are illustration images rather than stock images. If you want to stand out in the crowd it is important that you create illustrations and custom graphics. so if you want to push your creative boundaries why not create logo illustrations or custom graphics for flyers, restaurant menus and leaflets.