Top 5 Graphic Design Trends for 2023

As we enter a new year, it’s important for businesses to stay on top of the latest trends in graphic design. Here are the top 5 trends to keep in mind as you plan and create your visual assets for 2023:

#13D design and animation

3D design and animation are becoming increasingly popular in graphic design, offering a more immersive and realistic experience for users. With the proliferation of virtual and augmented reality technology, we can expect to see more businesses using 3D design and animation to create engaging and interactive visual assets.

Verse’s designs for Absurd Bird (Kbox)

#2 – Retro and vintage aesthetics

Retro and vintage aesthetics, which harken back to past decades and styles, are making a comeback in graphic design. By incorporating elements such as vintage typography, colour palettes and imagery, businesses can create a nostalgic and retro vibe in their designs.

#3 – Hand-drawn and organic elements

Hand-drawn and organic elements, such as doodles and watercolour textures, can add a personal and unique touch to graphic designs. By incorporating these elements, businesses can create a more human and authentic feel in their visual assets.

Verse's illustrations for April's Kitchen
Verse’s illustrations for April’s Kitchen

#4 – Neumorphism

Neumorphism is a design style that involves creating 3D-like elements using flat design techniques. By using subtle gradients and drop shadows, designers can create the illusion of depth and dimension in their designs.

Neumorphism – interaction design example

#5 – Minimalism

Minimalism, which involves using simple and uncluttered design elements, is still going strong in graphic design. By focusing on clean and minimalistic design, businesses can create visually striking and effective visual assets that stand out from the crowd.

By staying up to date with these trends, businesses can create visually appealing and effective graphic designs that resonate with their audience in 2023 and beyond.

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