The worlds of graphic design and printing have long been intertwined, and now the power of digital art has become more and more important. It’s no surprise to see that many of the trends coming in 2015 have already been set in motion from previous years. Ever since the mid-2000s, there’s been a clamor for change in the way that designs were introduced to people – more functionality, less fluff.
Well, graphic design in 2015 is set to follow these trends more than ever. Whether you live in Los Angeles, CA or Chesapeake, VA you’ll notice many of these graphic design trends hitting everything from the pages you visit on your tablet to the advertisements you walk past on your way to work.
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Hackworth was founded in 1991 when it first started out printing blue prints and technical documents. Today, we are a full fledged document and technology solution organization, all thanks to the inspiring leadership of Dorothy and Charlie Hackworth and their son Charles. Read the full story here…