While forecasting trends with any certainty is a tricky business, many members of the design industry seem to have developed a consensus as to what styles and approaches are most likely to take off in 2016.
Janie Kliever, a freelance writer and graphic designer and the owner of Design Artistree Creative Studio, offers The 9 Graphic Design Trends You Need To Be Aware Of In 2016. From “Modern” Retro Style to Abstract, Minimalist Style, her article will give you a valuable overview of what to be aware of with examples to get your creative juices flowing. Also, she offers free resources and access to some very trendy free fonts to help create your next project.
While I found the article intriguing and insightful on it’s own, there was also the added benefit of exploring additional resources and recommendations. I found myself like a kid in a candy store, trying to take it all in , deciding which article to read next or examples to view. And be sure to visit Janie’s website too. Her talent is well beyond just her writing expertise – if you’re like me, you’ll appreciate her illustrations, paintings and designs. As a photo enthusiast, I’m waiting to see what she creates from behind a camera too!
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Where Innovators Gather
CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Held in Las Vegas every year, it has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years—the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. There were over 3,600 companies demonstrating their products over 2.4 million square feet of exhibition space over four full days.
We scoured the Internet for some of the best take-aways from this year’s show in the opinion of popular media. Here is our list for your evaluation:
Wired Magazine – Best of CES 2106: Our Favorite Gadgets from this year’s show
Tech Radar.com – CES 2016: All the news, reviews and videos from Las Vegas
BGR.com – Boy Genius Report: The most innovative things we saw at CES 2016
WashingtonTimes.com – 6 best travel gadgets from CES 2016
CNET.com – Here’s everything we discovered about the future of technology
MakeUseOf.com – 6 amazing products that are coming soon
dpreview.com – The good, the bad and the analog: CES 2016 ‘Best of’. Focuses on photography related products.
RunnersWorld.com – 10 Gadgets Runners Will Want
USAToday.com – The coolest tech you missed at CES 2016
VentureBeat.com – Our best photos from tech’s biggest show
Pocket-Lint.com – CES 2016 kicked off at the beginning of January, giving manufacturers the chance to show off their latest innovations in televisions, presenting the devices you’re going to want to buy in 2016.
WWD.com – The Best of Wearable Technology
PCMag.com -The Most Eye-Catching Booths
ConsumerReports.com – Top 5 TV Trends at CES 2016
AllBusiness.com – The Best Technology From Las Vegas’s Electronics Show
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