The Design Process: Product Innovation Trends and Tips
Shifts in society, advancements in technology, and preferences of product users are changing.
Is your company moving with the times?
Cool colors help achieve calming and minimal spaces. Whether paired with neutrals or a bold all-over color, blues, teals, and cool purples will create the tranquil interiors we desire.
Dimensional layers add dynamic elements to the traditionally flat look we’ve seen in the past. This trend will become more prevalent as we move toward merging a digital interface with our physical world.
As we distance ourselves from physically interacting with products, the products’ forms have become simplistic and geometric.
As other industries find value in VR & AR technology, there will be greater adoption from users looking for more than entertainment.
With smart products adapting to our specific and immediate needs, we no longer have to physically interact with products. Instead, these experiences, when properly designed, will become invisible to the user.
As machine learning technology advances to identify, categorize, and sort information, the possibilities are as endless as the data. AI provides companies the ability to make better, more informed decisions, and provides users with a custom and personalized experience.
More and more, we’re seeking to reject the crazy and hectic way of life we’ve felt pressured into keeping up, and, now, we have a growing desire for slow-paced and calm lifestyles.
The interest in less, but better, paired with advancements in technology has made it possible for us to connect to things as we need them, and, in some cases, only when we need them.
Tighter household budgets, smaller living spaces, environmental concerns, conscious consumerism—there are many varied motivations driving an intrinsic call to live a more minimalist lifestyle.