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2024 Design Trends by Freepik.com - RD333

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Exploring Design Trends: A Dive into FreePik's 2024 Trend Report

Click here to see the trend report: https://www.freepik.com/visual-trends-2024

Join me as I delve into Freepik.com's 2024 trend report, highlighting key design trends predicted for the year. Freepic.com, a platform known for offering high-quality design resources for free, reached out to discuss its latest trend report, sparking my interest in exploring the upcoming trends.

With full transparency, it's noted that while Freepik.com approached me for the discussion, there was no compensation involved.

I begin the episode with a reflection on the reliability of future trend reports, drawing a comparison to Logo Lounge's trend reports backed by substantial data. However, skepticism arises concerning Freepik.com's ability to predict upcoming trends without disclosing their methodology or data sources.

I then proceed to dissect the 15 trends outlined in Freepik.com's report, offering insights and personal reflections on each.

Trends range from floral and botanical motifs to futuristic holographic shapes, 3D fonts, vibrant colour schemes, and vintage-inspired engraving styles. Some trends, like grainy gradients and glass morphism, are recognized as existing techniques while others, such as "Neo Brutalism," are met with skepticism.

I encourage you to explore the report yourself and share their thoughts on the predicted trends.

  continue reading

363 episodes

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Exploring Design Trends: A Dive into FreePik's 2024 Trend Report

Click here to see the trend report: https://www.freepik.com/visual-trends-2024

Join me as I delve into Freepik.com's 2024 trend report, highlighting key design trends predicted for the year. Freepic.com, a platform known for offering high-quality design resources for free, reached out to discuss its latest trend report, sparking my interest in exploring the upcoming trends.

With full transparency, it's noted that while Freepik.com approached me for the discussion, there was no compensation involved.

I begin the episode with a reflection on the reliability of future trend reports, drawing a comparison to Logo Lounge's trend reports backed by substantial data. However, skepticism arises concerning Freepik.com's ability to predict upcoming trends without disclosing their methodology or data sources.

I then proceed to dissect the 15 trends outlined in Freepik.com's report, offering insights and personal reflections on each.

Trends range from floral and botanical motifs to futuristic holographic shapes, 3D fonts, vibrant colour schemes, and vintage-inspired engraving styles. Some trends, like grainy gradients and glass morphism, are recognized as existing techniques while others, such as "Neo Brutalism," are met with skepticism.

I encourage you to explore the report yourself and share their thoughts on the predicted trends.

  continue reading

363 episodes

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