Bauhaus 2019

This year all the design world marks the century of Bauhaus. Founded in 1919 to innovate the industry, Bauhaus is still alive and very relevant.

Websites like Behance, Dribbble, etc. are literally made of Bauhaus. It is in so many works of students, young designers and also mature professionals, advertising agencies and brands Read more on Medium

Daft Punk

“Technology has made music accessible in a really philosophically interesting way, but when everybody has the ability to make magic, it’s like there’s no magic.” –Thomas Bangalter from Daft Punk

Daft Punk became truly legendary electronic retro-futurist duo that has its awesome phenomenon in modern culture and style. They continue to excite the world with their awesomely magical music 🎹 for more than twenty years since the debut album “Homework”.

To me it’s one of the best music choices for a geek creative synonymous to UX. Still awesomely ✨ enigmatic, glamorous and very nicely done music 🎵 for public of many ages.

Fluеnt dеsign

New Microsoft’s design language has more advanced aesthetic and looks utterly contemporary.

Brand-new design system officially unveiled as Microsoft Fluent Design System, is a design language developed in Microsoft in 2017. Looks nice!

Fluent Design is a revamp of Microsoft Design Language 2 that includes guidelines for the designs and interactions within Windows 10. The system is based on five main component principles: Light, Depth, Motion, Material, and Scale. The new design language includes more prominent use of motion, depth, and translucency.

The design system is created for desktop, web, iOS and Android, mixed reality, Xbox, server and IoT. In all, this new design system looks utterly contemporary.

Google material design

“Material Design is a visual language that synthesizes the classic principles of good design with the innovation of technology and science.” –Material.io

Google’s Material Design truly seems something very original, fresh and nice in today’s web design trends.

Material Design is guided by print design methods — typography, grids, space, scale, color, and imagery.

Design system is inspired by the physical world and its textures, including how they reflect light and cast shadows.

Material surfaces re-imagine the mediums of paper, color and ink.