Various studies reveal that the majority of the new businesses launched every year are food service businesses. This includes everything from food trucks to cafes and restaurants. However, only 50 percent of these businesses stay operational after two years. In this article we look at Top 6 Branding Trends for Restaurants.
The year 2020 is undoubtedly is a year of loads of expectation regarding different trends especially within technology in many ways. Graphic design is one of them. Every year there are surprising changes are coming to experience in this field. Join us in this article as we take a look at the 2020 Graphic Design Trends.
Web designers and developers are constantly dealing with changing technologies, customer demands, and user habits. There’s always the challenge of coming up with unique, user-friendly, and intuitive designs that also boost conversion. Join us in this article as we discuss Expectations vs. Reality: An Analysis of the Predicted Web Design Trends of 2019
Innovation is at its peak now. As we are about to enter another new year, the design industry is showing no signs of the olden age anymore. Every year, there is something new to explore in this thriving industry. Logo design is one of such many areas of design that evolves every year to meet the needs of the business world. Lets take a look at the Top 20 Logo Design Trends For 2020.
Designing a logo based on the current trends in logo design is never the way to go. Don’t ever design or redesign a logo to incorporate these latest trends just because everyone is talking about them as trends come and go they may fizzle out within a matter of months and my advice is to know what people are talking about and be aware of what’s happening but don’t follow logo design trends just because you think its the right thing to do because its not.
It happens every year. January rolls around and brands and designers are looking for ways to keep their style fresh, compelling, and contemporary. Being aware of the current trends is important, even if you’re not planning on adhering to them per se, as the general trajectory of the world of graphic design will inform how brands and brand identity evolve as we move forward. Once again we have a great article from our friends over at 99designs about Logo design trends in 2019.
We’ve written at length in the past about how you can never really have too much of a visual element in the world of business, both internally and externally as far as marketing as concerned. When it comes to the type of collateral that you’re creating that will eventually reach your customers, visual elements like Infographics, presentations, videos monetized on sites like Uscreen and others are a perfect opportunity to take complex ideas, condense them down to their core essentials and present them in a visual way that is almost effortless to digest.
The time is coming to start thinking about the trends of logos, colors, and branding in general for 2018. So, today we will share everything you need to know about this subject, as it is for us a tradition every year. In this article, we take a look at some Logo Design Trends That Happened in 2018.
When it comes to logos, you want to create a design that feels original, fresh, and relevant. You want a logo that feels both on-brand and on-trend – not generic and dated.
But what is “trendy” these days? What 2017 logo trends are here to stay? And which should you embrace to create a logo that’s not only trendy, but can withstand the test of time and carry your brand into 2018 and beyond?
Here are seven logo trends in 2017 that are showing no signs of slowing: