2020 Design Trend Forecast
What design trends will we see in the new year?
Profound designer’s block is best remedied by a strong dose of analogous inspiration from other creative industries like fashion, photography, print, architecture, and interior design.
These kinds of industries demand original and endlessly imaginative output too, so I find it’s best to surround yourself with as much beautiful work as possible in order to sense the changing tides.
And while there’s no way to truly predict the design trends of 2020, if you come up for air every once in a while, you might find some inspiration worth pursuing.
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Khaki & beige
Over the past several years, we’ve witnessed a societal surge in environmental activism, and while industries across the market shift to be more renewable, natural, and sustainable, design must respond accordingly.
Expect to see khaki, beige, cream, and nude tones throughout design as businesses move to become (or at least be perceived as) more eco-friendly. Au naturel is au-so-beautiful.