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Web Design Trends in 52 Custom Cards
These custom poker cards are designed by TemplateMonster and are based on the Web Design Trends Infographic that was launched at the beginning of this year. All information from this infographic is presented on cards in a more creative and easy-to-perceive way.
This 52 card deck is a guide to the history of web design, showing the major trends of the last 12 years (from 2004 to 2015). Microinteractions, Metro Style, Skeuomorphism, Script Fonts are just a part of this list. Each card is a custom handcrafted illustration of a particular trend with a short description. To get an idea about the trend, just look at the card – the image will tell you everything. Of course, short descriptions are attached as well. These cards are created for all trend-seekers and everyone who likes web design.
The deck is designed with love and attention to details. Custom suits & backs are inspired by material design, the most popular design trend of 2015.
The designer has put her heart and creative ideas into all illustrations, so you can enjoy them and learn more about web design at the same time. These images are printed on a 300gsm smooth cardstock.
High-gloss effect of a sleek, matte black tuck box makes it look good and feel good.
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And Now it’s Time for You to Win Them!
These cards are already printed, and TemplateMonster is happy to announce that you can win one of these web design trends decks.
Pass a quiz during the week of May 26 – June 2 2015 and earn a chance to win a deck of cards.
To start, go to the infographic page, and click the “start” button.
How to Win
1. Answer the questions. You need to answer correctly at least 3 out of 7 simple questions, get a score and cool winner badge telling that you’re a web design guru.
2. Share your results via Facebook, Twitter and Google+. The more social networks from the mentioned above you use to broadcast your results, the more chances you create to win a prize.
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