Minimalist app design seems to be more than a trend but a expected evolution for interface design. Before people were not familiar with these new touch devices, it was important to make sure things had a connection with the real things, therefore the hyper-realistic design full of shadows, depth, texture and colors. I am not saying that it's not important to highlight what is tappable or not and trust me, I am very familiar with the subject. But the more used people get with the devices the basic interface starts to take the passenger seat and let the content drive the user attentions. In the web 2.0 content was king, then we had context being the king. Now we have both at the same time. The app design concept that STRV Team shared for the Playstation app is a quite interesting one. There are a lot of things to love but also quite a few raised eye-browns. But remember, it's an concept so let's try to get inspired. STRV Team is a design studio basedi n San Francisco with a quite elegant portfolio. For more information make sure to check out http://strv.com/ We love what we do, and we strive to provide the best services for our clients. The aim is to become part of your team, and with the help of our developers and designers create meaningful digital experiences. Minimalist App Design Concept Made with love in STRV
One of the reasons I got to design was because of posters, especially movie posters. It was part of my childhood going to the movies and while waiting checking the posters of the upcoming movies. I see a lot of that style for poster design coming back now because the 80s are again very trendy, the new Netflix show Stranger Things is a great example. For this post however, I don't want to talk about that style of poster but my favorite one nowadays, minimalist poster design and Xavier Esclusa Trias has quite a few good ones on his Behance portfolio. Xavier is an art director from Barcelona, Spain and his portfolio is filled with excellent posters, of all sorts of styles. They are quite good, but my favorites were the ones that he played with simple lines and colors to produce quite beautiful examples. They are heavily Swiss style or International Style inspired, that's the reason I love them and the reason I am sharing some of them here with you on this post. The International Typographic Style, also known as the Swiss Style, is a graphic design style that emerged in Russia, the Netherlands and Germany in the 1920s, and was made famous as it was developed by designers in Switzerland during the 1950s... It emphasizes cleanliness, readability and objectivity... - Wikipedia Minimalist Poster Design examples About Xavier Esclusa Educated in Barcelona as a Graphic Designer, Photographer, Community Manager and Multimedia Artist. Has worked in Ibiza and Brazil in different advertising agencies, and studies of graphic design. At this moment he is established in Vic (Barcelona), works as an Art director of http://www.twopots-design.com, his own company, where he enjoys creating for his clients.
My good friend and an amazing designer and illustrator Everaldo Coelho has been mastering another field, photography. He shared an incredible set of images titled Minimal with photos that as the name suggests are of very simple composition and colors. I also love the long exposure effect over water, it makes it looks so smooth and calm. I also suggest you to check out Everaldo's photostream on Flickr, it's simply awesome. For more information check out https://www.flickr.com/photos/_everaldo/
I have been trying to publish a photo a day for the past year, actually a bit over than that. Admittedly, I missed a few days here and there. The main reason for trying to make this a habit is to improve and learn about photography. From equipment, to techniques and subjects I have to say that after almost 2 years I've come to learn quite a bit. Still I am more like a beginner/enthusiast than a photographer, but one of the things that I learned is that I love to take photos of buildings and architecture in general. There's something about the contrast of man-made structures with nature and sky that creates an eerie feeling. In this post I'd like to share some of the photos I've taken. You can follow me on: Instagram VSCO
This is an amazing minimalist series of illustrations by the Italian illustrator Ray Oranges. It's incredible how simple it is and how great of a connection is made with the title. Enjoy! For more from Ray Oranges visit ray-oranges.com or behance.net/ray-oranges. Loneliness Invisible dead Stop Home bitter home Race against time The winner is.. Love him Prevention Teenager dream Precarity
Two Times Elliott is a design consultancy based in Notting Hill, London. They specialize in branding and helping clients communicate their message clearly and intelligently. As you will see their typelogos are vert minimalist, clever, and effective. Enjoy! For more from Two Times Elliott visit 2xelliott.co.uk, and behance.net/twotimeselliott.
The title of this project says it all, "A lonely god". The inspiration behind these illustrations created by Cosmosnail is to show super heroes alone doing something related with their super powers. We see Superman flying out in space, there's Batman lonely checking his computer system and others like Ironman, Spider-man and Wolverine. "Even with super power we are all alone" is a minimalist set of illustrations created by Belhoula Amir, also known as Cosmosnail, an illustrator and character design from Lyon, France. For more information visit http://www.behance.net/cosmosnail
Gotta love movie posters! I mean, the fan-made ones, because Hollywood has been doing the same posters for the past decades and it's being really annoying to see such similar posters. That's why I love fan-made, minimalistic posters. These were curated by Caelin, from Minimal Movie Posters. She's from Australia and she sure got a taste for nice posters. I love every single one of these, and for more you should check her Tumblr out. Really worth following her. Which one is your favorite? Cheers. ;) Andres Asencio Joel Amat Güell Dave Hooper Joel Amat Güell Daniel Norris Maria Kaner Jeremy Burns chrismesh Alex Krofchak Maria Kaner Conor Whelan Sam Coyne purityofessence Daniel Norris Sean Brown Linda Hordijk Daniel Norris jmlarrabee 3ftDeep Jason Heatherly 3ftDeep red-corner Ollie Boyd Daniel Norris Bruce Yan Daniel Norris 3ftDeep Mike Horowitz Needle Design Daniel Norris Daniel Norris
Futurism - An Odyssey in Continuity is a poster series designed by the British designer Simon C. Page. Each poster is amazing on a certain way, they all have really great patterns that show continuity to represent the future and are very well styled by great color patterns. Check them out! For more from Simon visit excites.co.uk
Designed by Marko Manev, a comic artist and illustrator out of Macedonia. These posters are an awesome mix of minimalist design with marvel characters that we are all familiar with. The simplicity of each poster is enough to bring you memories of your favorite marvel hero. Check it out! For more from Marko Manev visit behance.net/markomanev
Andrew Kim is a 19-year-old born product designer from Seoul in Korea. He is currently studying at Art Center and living in L.A in United States. Andrew create products that is purely innovative and creatively minimalistic. This is in my opinion a great example of taking your personal projects to a whole new level. This is some of his inspiring concepts and they plenty more on this website. For more information on Andrew Kim, check out his website and blog at MinimallyMinimal.com or follow him on Twitter @designfabulous. Honda N2 Concept Warp Concept Polyply Concept Eco Coke Bottle Concept
I came across this awesome collection of minimalist poster designs from the Star Wars Galaxy and it really inspired me with the simplicity of the design and the complexity of the meaning. These posters were designed by Justin Van Genderen, a freelancer designer/illustrator from Chicago. Check it out! Click here for more from Justin Van Genderen A series of minimalist takes on planets and places of the original Star Wars Galaxy. Not my normal style but I really enjoyed making these. Prints available at imagekind
As many people preach, less is more. Whether in web design or graphic design or illustration or photography or architecture, minimalist composition tend to really make a point. In a visually polluted world, getting some delight for your eyes is really important. So forget element heavy photographs... these minimalist pictures got just the right, few elements in it and they're beautiful. I really like the boldness in much of these, and all I want is to look for more of great examples of minimalist photos. One can't get enough of it... so, for more of these bad boys you might visit each photographer's page by clicking the pictures. I know you'll find some great pieces there, and these guys will appreciate your visit. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;) Giulio Nesi Wilfried Ed Havarti Gary gakout David BlakJakDavy Christian memetic Matthew Redmond Frank Silveira Ryan Bowman Jasmin Cormier Andy Schultz Julian Kaesler Robem Dene' Miles Hercules k Maria Strömvik Keith Aggett Christine Berry Les Flynn Mike Dumlao