Design Trend: 3D Geometry design trend

Design Trend: 3D Geometry design trend

3D shapes and geometries can give depth and visualization to the design space. Perhaps that’s why this is a trending design trend.


While 3D elements in web design aren’t new, the use of geometric shapes to create 3D effects is starting to explode. It can be a fun and fun way to make elements seem like they want to pop off the screen every time they see them.

Here are some examples to find inspiration for this design trend.

What is 3D Geometry?

3D Geometry is a trend that uses elements of 3D shapes in 2D designs to give the design a more realistic feel. This trend involves using layers, shadows, depths and colors in combination with geometric shapes to create 3D effects for design elements. The Pixelib website is also a visual example of this style of design.


Used for 3D geometry as part of design decoration and can also highlight the main piece of information (like the example above), in addition it can also create a visual indication that the element it can be clickable or typed, directing the viewer’s eyes to a certain part of the screen, creating a more effective picture, or to create cognitive movement on the screen.

Color, light and shadow


The combination of light and shadow colors can turn a simple shape into a 3D element.

Combining these techniques helps to give depth to the flat elements. That depth mimics a visual object that you seem to be able to remove from the screen. In Illustrator, it’s not too difficult to create 3D elements from simple shapes, as long as you have a good understanding of how to use the Mesh Gradient tool.

3D illustration

Illustrations can also give a sense of realism to 3D elements.

The landscape is illustrated in 3D (usually in isometric style) that seems to be present almost anywhere. These illustrations often use geometric shapes to give more depth, such as the example above.


Lines and gradients


Use a combination of design trends to create beautiful 3D effects. Use geometric shapes, lines, and gradients to create depth.


March 27, 20


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