Flat Design is the Instant Noodle Soup of the Design World
Why people with zero design experience might take offense at someone championing real design values
In the world of design, flat design has become the go-to, the default, the one-size-fits-all answer to many of our digital dilemmas. Like instant noodles in a late-night hunger crisis, flat design is quickly and easily consumed. But why do people with little to no design experience often favor this trend, and what ruffles their feathers when traditional design values are championed? Let's delve in.
The Rise of Flat Design: A Quick Fix for Digital Hunger
First, we must consider how flat design ascended the throne. With its minimalist approach, it promises faster loading times and an easier development process. It became the darling of startups and those who wished to have a "modern" interface, akin to how instant noodles became the staple for college students.