Gradients are the children of the web because they were born with digital. The first examples came out together with design tools like photoshop.
Photoshop released at the beginning of the 90's. So the gradients will reach 30 years in a few years.
My favorite color is purple gradients.For 30 years, gradients used in many website designs. In recent years it has become increasingly popular.
Artificial intelligence has not come yet but has been talking for years. Nobody knows when it will arrive, but it seems we will speak for a long time.
The process has evolved differently on smartphones.
They came and changed our lives. No one expected it to happen. But today, more than half of Google queries are made from smartphones.
A new market emerged with smartphones. No, I'm not talking about the smartphone market. I’m talking about the mobile application market.
Millions of smartphone owners spend time on numerous mobile applications every day.
The designers work hard to make the applications user-friendly and beautiful. Gradient color palettes help designers and developers to do this.
For example, Spotify frequently uses gradients with green tones in the interface.
If you like green, you can browse our collection of green gradients.
Here are 5 mobile UI designs using gradient colors:
Using gradients in logo design creates wonders in master hands. In novice hands, it can be frustrating.
99designs sharing dos and don’ts about gradients in logo design.
We read and learned how it should be. And we share a few examples with you.