Our top 5 design trends of 2020


BY Haydon Macleod


31 March 2020

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Do you work in design? Or maybe you’re in the market for a fresh website or app and need some inspiration? Look no further! We’ve scoured the world wide web and come up with a list of design trends that you can use in your own projects.


How interactive does this feel?! You can almost feel the texture, it’s so intuitive. You can find a tutorial on how to create this look in Adobe Xd here, but any decent design software will do. If you are an Xd user, check out ‘5 must have Adobe Xd plugins’ for some helpful tips.

Designed by Amit Kumar


This trend has been around for a minute now, but I don’t see it dying off anytime soon. It’s a great way to add some character to your website, even our own homepage has an illustrative style.

Designed by tubik


The introduction of a dark mode on iOS and Android has proven to be a popular feature. This has forced app designers to think of different ways of displaying their content. Adding neon effects to elements is a great way of making them stand out on a dark background.

Designed by Nastya Vikulova


Ever wanted to learn how to create 3D models? Now is as good a time as ever! With the introduction of open-source 3D creation programs like Blender, and great online courses such as Polygon Runway, it’s no longer too expensive or time-consuming to add 3D illustration to your arsenal.

ToyFight ©


Classic and cool. This style relies heavily on the type,  alignment and placement, or lack thereof.

Designed by Isaac Powell

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Haydon Macleod

Haydon is a member of our design team, and has already shown comprehension and collaboration skills beyond his years. Top it all off with a wicked (if not sometimes weird) sense of humour - the perfect fit for our team!