Trends by designers for designers

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Alex Bradley, Plan’s head of trends, recently gave a trends presentation at the TAID conference in Taiwan.

The following slides give a taste of the presentation. Please contact Alex at alex@plan.bz if you’re interested in him sharing it with your team?

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Trends by designers for designers

  1. 1. Trends By designers for designers
  2. 2. Alex Bradley, Plan’s head of trends, recently gave a trends presentation at the TAID conference in Taiwan. We wonder if you would be interested in him sharing it with your team? The following slides give a taste of the presentation. Please contact Alex at alex@plan.bz if you’re interested.
  3. 3. ‘ he future is part of every T designers job description’ Marc Newson
  4. 4. By designers. For Designers. Everyone at Plan has a design background, so all our trends are researched and analysed by designers. We understand what these trends mean for design and designers.
  5. 5. You cannot predict the future Predict
  6. 6. Develop a point of view on the future Perspective
  7. 7. What we track Social Economic Technological Lifestyle Design
  8. 8. Colour Gradients
  9. 9. Colour Gradients
  10. 10. Colour Gradients
  11. 11. Fluro Palette
  12. 12. Fluro Palette
  13. 13. Fluro Palette
  14. 14. Grey Palette
  15. 15. Tinted Transparency Title 1 line (2 lines if no subtitle)
  16. 16. Tinted Transparency
  17. 17. Digital Micro Textures
  18. 18. Digital Micro Textures
  19. 19. Digital Micro Textures
  20. 20. Influence Long term Time
  21. 21. 1920’s Minimalism
  22. 22. 2000’s Minimalism
  23. 23. Warm Minimalism
  24. 24. Warm Minimalism
  25. 25. Seamless constructions
  26. 26. Seamless constructions
  27. 27. Seamless constructions
  28. 28. Contrasting Composition Title 1 line (2 lines if no subtitle)
  29. 29. Contrasting Composition
  30. 30. Contrasting Composition
  31. 31. Contrasting Composition
  32. 32. Plastic honesty
  33. 33. Plastic honesty ‘ he iPhone 5C is beautifully T and unapologetically plastic.’ Jonathan Ive
  34. 34. Plastic honesty
  35. 35. Raw Materials
  36. 36. Raw Materials
  37. 37. Peaceful Interiors Title 1 line (2 lines if no subtitle)
  38. 38. Peaceful Interiors
  39. 39. Peaceful Interiors
  40. 40. Purified Environments
  41. 41. Purified Environments
  42. 42. Purified Environments
  43. 43. Edited Life ‘ diting is the skill of this E century: editing space, media consumption and friends.’ Graham Hill
  44. 44. Off-site Construction
  45. 45. Distributed Production
  46. 46. Distributed Production
  47. 47. Lightscaping Title 1 line (2 lines if no subtitle)
  48. 48. Lightscaping
  49. 49. Embedded Sensors Title 1 line (2 lines if no subtitle)
  50. 50. Embedded Sensors Estimote beacons Sensors embedded into retail environments aim to enrich the customer experience in-store, providing navigation proximity marketing and contactless payments.
  51. 51. Embedded Sensors
  52. 52. Smart Systems Fords collision warning system Senses and communicates an impending impact with a heads up display and automatically makes the break if you are about to crash
  53. 53. Smart Systems
  54. 54. Smart Systems
  55. 55. Ambient Interaction
  56. 56. Ambient Interaction Title 1 line (2 lines if no subtitle)
  57. 57. Ambient Interaction
  58. 58. Retail line (2 lines Title 1 Revolution if no subtitle)
  59. 59. Reactive Facades
  60. 60. Reactive Facades
  61. 61. Trends by designers for designers Thank you. Let us know if you would like to see the full presentation alex@plan.bz www.plan.bz
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