10 comments

  • Felix MeadowFelix Meadow, over 1 year ago

    skeumorphism

    5 points
  • Arnold StobaArnold Stoba, over 1 year ago

    Inaccessible due to my Adblocker? Alright then.

    3 points
  • Ben BlumenfeldBen Blumenfeld, over 1 year ago

    Would love to hear what other trends people here think will emerge this year (other than soft drop shadows ;)

    2 points
    • Dean HaydenDean Hayden, over 1 year ago

      Kai's Power Tools and that 'reflection' Java applet.

      I'm guessing nothing mind-blowing, new or that interesting. I do however see something old, considered a bad idea at the time and a gimmick given an enticing new title.

      1 point
  • Kyle DonmoyerKyle Donmoyer, over 1 year ago

    BIG HERO IMAGES. Appropriately sized text at the appropriate time, when appropriate.

    1 point
  • Wesley HainesWesley Haines, over 1 year ago

    huh... wonder why you posted this...

    1 point
  • Kyle CaseKyle Case, over 1 year ago

    Prediction: Designers will learn to code.

    0 points
  • Gen Uine, over 1 year ago

    I heard reading essays will be cool again this year.

    0 points
  • Drew McDonaldDrew McDonald, over 1 year ago

    Really hoping we move toward content and user needs instead of 'trends'. Content is king, and if your design looks like template then it won't be nearly as successful as focusing on the product or company's brand and voice.

    I feel like I'm seeing more white space than ever before in end of 2016 - 2017 design. Dropbox's newest design is a good example. Very simple and clean - less gradients, more information.

    0 points