Flat Design Still OK

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The flat design trend is in full bloom. While some have argued that there are issues with flat design in the realm of user interfaces, the general consensus is that it’s a favorable technique for web design. This has to do with the way we consume content on the web, as well as the technology behind serving web pages. Flat design lends itself to minimalist principles, which in turn results in sites that are lean, clutter-free, fast, and content focused. This is not only an attractive aesthetic, it’s also a very practical one, allowing visitors to engage with content and appreciate it without distractions.
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The flat design trend is in full bloom. While some have argued that there are issues with flat design in the realm of user interfaces, the general consensus is that it’s a favorable technique for web design. This has to do with the way we consume content on the web, as well as the technology behind serving web pages. Flat design lends itself to minimalist principles, which in turn results in sites that are lean, clutter-free, fast, and content focused. This is not only an attractive aesthetic, it’s also a very practical one, allowing visitors to engage with content and appreciate it without distractions.
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This is strange
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This is strange
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