Trendy gradients.

If you are not familiar with the website Awwwards, for heaven’s sake stop what you are doing and go have a peek. Whether you are searching desperately for some inspiration or you just fancy feasting your eyes on some amazing web design you should add this website to your favorites.
Updated on a daily bases, they award the best of the best and also give you the chance to submit your work in hopes to see it appear in the site of the day section.

This article we are going to talk about is fairly recent. But upon reading it we thought it should be talked about here as well. We all know the struggle to keep up with trends. It is even harder to try and predict what is going to be the next trend to stick around. We all remember how flat design conquered the design world. We have been surfing this wave for many years.

Well, maybe the new exciting trend has been poking its head out for some time already. We first really noticed it with the Instagram logo. That was a hot topic for quite some time. In 2017, Apple stormed the world with its 9th? no, wait, it’s 10th iPhone (X) product and promoted it later on a landing page with a new type of design. These unconventional gradients are called multicolor with irregular blending. Now we are far from just a linear or radial gradient here and this technique has been used by many other companies since. Undoubtedly, this trend is here to stay.

Just browse the web and you will find many more gradient techniques used for Web, UX, UI and even for a lot of print media. I mean have you noticed what Adobe included in its 2019 Illustrator version? You guessed it a new gradient tool. One that will make some of these awesome multicolor with irregular blending gradients easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Now we have a lot of respect for Awwwards.com and their content so we would love for you to go take a peek at this very well written article on the subject. We learned a lot and would love for you to get this insight on gradient technics as well.

You can give the article a read here.

And please keep a look out for all the great websites beeing awarded on Awwwards.com.

L&S out.

Source – www.Awwwards.com

Trendy gradients.

If you are not familiar with the website Awwwards, for heaven’s sake stop what you are doing and go have a peek. Whether you are searching desperately for some inspiration or you just fancy feasting your eyes on some amazing web design you should add this website to your favorites.
Updated on a daily bases, they award the best of the best and also give you the chance to submit your work in hopes to see it appear in the site of the day section.

This article we are going to talk about is fairly recent. But upon reading it we thought it should be talked about here as well. We all know the struggle to keep up with trends. It is even harder to try and predict what is going to be the next trend to stick around. We all remember how flat design conquered the design world. We have been surfing this wave for many years.

Well, maybe the new exciting trend has been poking its head out for some time already. We first really noticed it with the Instagram logo. That was a hot topic for quite some time. In 2017, Apple stormed the world with its 9th? no, wait, it’s 10th iPhone (X) product and promoted it later on a landing page with a new type of design. These unconventional gradients are called multicolor with irregular blending. Now we are far from just a linear or radial gradient here and this technique has been used by many other companies since. Undoubtedly, this trend is here to stay.

Source – www.Awwwards.com

Just browse the web and you will find many more gradient techniques used for Web, UX, UI and even for a lot of print media. I mean have you noticed what Adobe included in its 2019 Illustrator version? You guessed it a new gradient tool. One that will make some of these awesome multicolor with irregular blending gradients easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Now we have a lot of respect for Awwwards.com and their content so we would love for you to go take a peek at this very well written article on the subject. We learned a lot and would love for you to get this insight on gradient technics as well.

You can give the article a read here.

And please keep a look out for all the great websites beeing awarded on Awwwards.com.

L&S out.