Learn about when monoline began to fork off in other directions.
- This will be hard to hear…but probably it's an ideal time to mention…that trendsetters are not looking for confirmation…of their beliefs or design decisions.…Early adopters are also imperative to trends…because they're the ones that emulate the early signals…and generate the heat that ignites the trend.…Trendsetters and early adopters…have a symbiotic relationship and a shared responsibility…to provide validation, to encourage the rest of society…to come on board.…
There were two years of a slow boil with mono-lined logos…continuing to be produced.…But by 2013, designers had fully embraced the trend…and more iterations of the early design for branching off…than we could report.…We identified an abundance of mono-lined monograms,…a plethora of slow looping lines called eyelets…and some much more intricate solutions…we dubbed monocraft.…A year later, clusters of complex crests, icons…with cartoon like motion lines and gen like collections…of geometrically dimensional logos were cascading…into the market.…
By 2015, designers had lept beyond the expected solutions…
- The evolution of logo trends
- Examining the monoline trend
- Crests and geodimensional objects
- Examining the transparency trend
- Overlapping objects
- Geometric dimensional
- Real life dimensional
- Putting trend spotting into practice
- Predicting trends
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. How Trends Develop
2. Tracing the Evolution of Monoline
3. Tracing the Evolution of Transparency
4. Predicting the Future Paths of Trends
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