This combination of eye-catching typography in a minimal design is a great option for design projects that need to convey simplicity, harmony and organization. It also serves as a starting point for de- signs that lack other elements or that want users to focus on reading the message on the screen. Be aware of size when it comes to this text-heavy style. On smaller devices, it’s important to watch the siz- ing of responsive typography – particularly with more complicated typefaces – to ensure readability remains intact. Because minimalism involves stripping away elements that are un- necessary, a strong focal area is important. That’s where big, bold and even crazy color comes in.

Previously, we saw a focus on hero images and video – a trend that’s still going pretty strong – but the shift has been toward color as a dominant element. Big color replaces some of the more typical white space that we’re used to seeing with minimal designs.

Minimalism is the choice for
wearable interfaces.

But it goes one step further than just minimalism in the design. It is minimal in how it works as well (which is important with other minimal interfaces, but is less imperative). Every action in a minimal wearable design must relate to a task that is designed as simply and seamlessly as possible.

Text Credits: Minimalist UI Design Trends