Comic #5: The Confessions Of A Flat Designer

by on 18th Nov 2013 · Comments

Well, the flat design trend has been with us for some time now, while some may have grown a little bit tired of it, others have just begun to embrace it. Design trends come and go like seasons and never stay around for too long. But for a designer who is living, sleeping and breathing flat design, he is enjoying his life.

Let's take a look at his confessions for the love of flat.

Are you tired of flat design or still enjoying every bit of it? What do you think will be the next design trend? Share with us your thoughts.

The Confessions Of A Flat Designer

The Confessions Of A Flat Designer

About The Illustrator

Working full time as a freelance cartoonist, Steve Beckett regularly writes and draws comics for a wide range of publications including the UK's best loved children's comics, The Beano, Dandy and Toxic Magazine.

Twitter: @sjbeckettdesign
Website: sjbeckettdesign

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There are 2 Comments.

  1. mO2menBellah
    November 25, 2013 at 7:13 pm

    :D :D

  2. Steven
    November 28, 2013 at 10:31 am

    Some flat interface design looks good. Some not so much. I think that, generally, flat design is just another gimmick that designers, who have no real design center or conviction, use as a crutch or as another 'best practice" - something they can point to in leu of any genuine vision or talent. However, flat design by a truly talented designer is going to be wielded correctly.