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Top 10 Technology Trends for 2015

  • Top 10 Technology Trends for 2015-

    Semi-Flat Design

    From the skeuomorphic approachability of Apple's interfaces, to Windows' notably flat approach in Windows 8, we expect to see a new design aesthetic emerge in 2015: semi-flat UI. Embodied by the bold minimalism of Google's new material design, semi-flat UI is a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to skeuomorphism. We expect that in particular, the "cards" element of material design — that is, small interactive cards that house small bite-size functions — will really catch on in all types of interfaces throughout the coming year.

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Top 10 Technology Trends for 2015

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    Semi-Flat Design

    From the skeuomorphic approachability of Apple's interfaces, to Windows' notably flat approach in Windows 8, we expect to see a new design aesthetic emerge in 2015: semi-flat UI. Embodied by the bold minimalism of Google's new material design, semi-flat UI is a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to skeuomorphism. We expect that in particular, the "cards" element of material design — that is, small interactive cards that house small bite-size functions — will really catch on in all types of interfaces throughout the coming year.

2014 has been a truly memorable year for technology, but let's be honest: Many of the innovations that had us talking this year still have yet to be perfected for widespread consumer and enterprise use. From wearables to the Internet of Things, all the way to mobile payments and augmented reality apps, 2014 has set up a myriad of new and exciting tools that will really begin to hit their stride in 2015.

One of the motifs that will really begin to take hold in 2015 is a distinct crossover between consumer and enterprise technology. We're entering brand new territory with some of these breakthroughs, and they'll all have a major impact on both the business and mainstream worlds.

In that vein, Himanshu Sareen, CEO of Icreon Tech, has provided a list of the upcoming software and technology trends for 2015.