Design and marketing: 2013

Web Design: 20 Hottest Trends To Watch Out For in 2013.

Minimalism moves on and to an extent becomes the new boy on the block – flat design.

Simplified icons, a reduced palette, but often big, bold typography …

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We have moved away from a general predominance of skeumorphism and on to something much simpler – a partial move on from minimalism per se. I am somewhat reminded of design styles of the past. Here are one or two ideas of my own to throw into the hat and the ongoing discussion.


flatf4m2a– and here a little simple geometricism with varied palettes using tones and shades without any strident notes …

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flatf4m2 flatf4mCore Principles of Flat Design | Tech Stream.

36 Amazing Examples of Flat Design |

What is Fair Coffee? Direct Trade Support Farmers Return Revenue.

2013 Font Trends ~ Creative Market Blog.

Why Typographic Voice Matters to Your Brand | Paper Leaf Design.

Choose The Right Font – A Practical Guide To Typography On The Web | Best PSD to HTML.

5 Former Design Trends That Aren’t Cool Anymore So Stop Using Them | Design Shack.

5 Infographics to Know More About Responsive Web Design | Best PSD to HTML.


– here I use combinations of distress and geometrics and once again simpler fonts and titleing

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