It's time to break your shell and try it out! Let's take a look at three design trends and projects this month.
Purple Purple is becoming a rare trend. In some cases, the color attributes of colors are difficult to use and have little emotional connection with other colors, and many designers avoid using it. Purple is not the brand color or the choice of the same color, which may often conflict with other colors.
But this does not stop the designer from trying boldly. The purple tone design blooms everywhere. They are really impressive. These designs have several things in common that make purple easier to design:
Monochrome color scheme simple design mode, there is not a lot of contrast elements. Minimize the design of the purple space theme in photography (purple is always a popular choice)
Use dark purple (not pastel)
Because purple is an eye-catching color, especially dark purple and black, many designers use a simple layout, which is an ideal choice. Simple typography and design elements can better highlight the personality charm of purple.
When choosing a purple color for design, a dark shade is the best choice. It will set off the light and shadow well, it will not have so many feminine characteristics. With stylish visual experience and noble quality.
Buttons are very important elements in any design. Buttons are a form of action that help users complete a path, or submit information. A Button is the ultimate goal of an action and the feedback path between completing the user and the interface design.
In recent years, the development of Buttons design is almost the last Buttons design trend: Designer Buttons are getting larger and larger (the opposite of auxiliary Buttons). Large Buttons can be considered as a substitute for user entertainment, but there is a trick that users must know Click on Interactive Buttons. They cannot hide actual functionality as a different type of design element.
In the following three examples, clever interactive animation has been the secret of Buttons recognition. Each design takes a unique approach:
Bark's design: The large image shows a title and subtitle, and the user clicks on the Buttons as directed.
Mt. Cuba Center: The plant identification website uses hover buttons to design, graphics and colors almost jump off the screen. With fun and fascinating Buttons interactive effects, can you not click? (Almost all the images are a link) Buttons are designed in a large circular, purple, flat design, as shown below. What is a particularly good round Buttons, at first glance you know that it is a Buttons. Because it's so big, you'll guess whether it's Buttons, but the way the hover state is displayed makes the user want to interact with it. This is the fun of starting user interaction.
Simon Foster: This site is fun! Because visual elements are not usually used as Buttons, every composite element on this site is a Button. Designing with simple black and white to make the design full of artistic sense, plus hovering state, to a great extent encourage users to interact and click.
The use of geometric shapes in design projects. Use shapes for navigation element design, button or background pattern design, and cool geometric shapes can also make an interesting overall design, very beautiful and design!
The edges and lines of geometric figures are relatively tough. Tough geometric figures with soft visual elements will have a good visual impact. Sean Klassen's website is composed of soft visual elements and tough geometric elements. The softness of flowers and the toughness of geometric figures form a visual contrast to form the main visual design.
What might be created by combining geometry? A website design without visual information, as shown below. Shapes and bold color choices are a way to remind people of childhood building blocks. This subtle content can make users feel innocent design.
Combining common elements into a geometric figure can create a more interesting visual element. As shown below, it is a white mouse art version. This is an interactive image. The geometry interacts with the mouse to increase the visual interest and experience.
Is it attractive to make these bold design decisions in your project?
This month's design trends are interesting because of their bold colors, huge buttons, and interesting geometry.