Design elements that made their mark in 2014 will keep their prominence in 2015. As many know, there have been many killer trends in web and graphic design industry this year, but as we look ahead there are some predictions to look forward to in 2015.
The aim for designers now is to create sophisticated and less complicated designs, which is why there are signs of some trends that will make waves in the year 2015.
Each country has its own unique currency, except for some countries that rely on others currency. Currency is the very important things in our lives because we all use currency on a daily basis. The currency design of each country shows their history, culture and events over the time.
Almost all country currency are different and beautiful, but we are selecting following 59 most beautiful currencies of the world that will take back you into the world of art. Hope you enjoy them.
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In the marketing industry we have to see infographics as being quite new, although it looks like they have been around for ages. It is only now that we see a huge craze that appears in marketing and that includes infographics as a promotional method.
Using infographics can be highly beneficial for promoting literally any sign or campaign but it has to be done properly. Always remember that building an infographic does not guarantee you will get links to your pages or traffic to your sites. You have to be sure that the infographic is properly promoted and you need to learn how to create something that can be engaging.
Web designing has all but reached a new level in the recent past. Designers are striving hard to construct user-friendly interfaces in order to satisfy the requirements of the customers, owners, and designers alike.
Crafty as it is, it is quite the unique blend of site structure, colors, imagery, information architecture, fonts, layout, navigation, and user interface, all adhering to the basic principles of design like rhythm, unity, balance, emphasis, and contrast.
Apple did a magnificent with its latest mobile operating system, iOS 8, integrating a lot of features that users have been suggesting and craving for a long time, as well as some new additions of their own. While some of the features are obvious right from the first second, others are a lot more subtle, and seem to be there to enhance the overall experience without ever stepping into the spotlight.
Subtle or not, the changes brought by iOS 8 will change the way iPhones are used, making everything smoother and more intuitive than ever. It’s enough to take iOS 8 for a quick test and you’ll soon end up asking yourself how you ever lived without these features.