Get ahead of the crowd as FranklinTill rounds up last year’s biggest trends and predicts the aesthetics that will shape 2015.
Each month, experienced London-based creative consultancy FranklinTill Studio curate the Trends section inside Computer Arts magazine. Here, co-founders Kate Franklin and Caroline Till look back on last year’s most prominent visual aesthetics and predict the trends that will shape design in 2015…
2014 was the year with a fresh new attitude. It boldly moved away from the saturated ‘heritage’ aesthetic that’s dominated graphics and branding over the last few years.
Like most movements in art and design, advancements in materials and tools go some way in defining the look of new movements, so 2014 was the year in which artwork created in the digital realm really came to the fore as an aesthetic statement in itself.
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