Our friends from the creative design agency Cubicle Ninjas have crafted a 6-part blog series on the latest design trends. Throughout the next couple weeks, we’ll see an inspiring collection of images based on everything from branding to web design. To kick start the series, Cubicle Ninjas presents Branding Trends of 2014!
Below is a collection of great (and not so good) examples of the latest branding trends. This is the perfect guide to help prepare for brand design success in 2014. Take a look at what’s hot, what’s not, and what branding trends we’ll see throughout the next year.
Branding Trends 2014
When all the embellishments are left behind, a brand’s message is communicated more clearly.
Transparent overlays can transform a stale logo into something more modern and refreshing.
Using metallics can make the brand seem inexpensive and outdated.
Badges and Buttons
Badges and buttons is an overused design concept. With this trend, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd.
The Next Fad
Rounded typography can be fun, elegant, modern, or even formal. Using rounded type, a brand has endless possibilities to work with.
Multi-fonts is a great way to avoid any confusion, especially when a brand has two core messages they want to convey in their design.
To view more inspiring images, please visit the full version on the Cubicle Ninjas’ blog.
What are some branding trends you believe will be big in 2014? Be sure to share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.