How to translate emerging trend information in relevant products that help me grow?
This is the question I get most of the times after a trend conference.
And this would be question No.2:
How do I know what trend suits MY business best?
The Milan Trend Report 2017/18 is out! Now that it is finished we are positive: this is the most complete digital trend report on the Milan Design Week on the market.
Below you see a sneak peek but can download a free edit of a few pages if you’d like.
This are the final numbers:
130 different projects
More than 200 images
3 Micro Trends
1 Macro Trend
9 Color Trends
Our popular Keyword Cloud
Worksheets helping to gain new insights for your business
NEW: an innovative way of collaboration between designers and brands (that might inspire you A LOT)
NEW: criticism as a form of design (Morality is the new black!)
And this is what makes this report extras special :
NEW: 8 videos covering different design events (yes, we’ve been filming while walking through
We offer two options this year:
MILAN TREND REPORT 2017
A//This complete digital report comes packed with all interior design information you need to recap on after the world’s largest design event! Once registered, it is available for you to download.
Continue reading here: Milan Trend Report 2017
MILAN TREND REPORT + SKYPE SESSION
B//Not sure how to apply all the trend information afterwards? Let’s find out together! During a 60 minutes skype session we will discuss
which trends are relevant to your business and which not
first steps of how to possibly convert these into business opportunities (creating new or improving current product lines) to stay ahead of the game
Please note this session refers to Home&Lifestyle Trends from your Milan Trend Report 2017. There is a very limited number of 8 spots available.
Continue reading here: Work with me on a one-to-one session!
It has been an interesting process, the more I have worked on this report with additional research the better I understand what is currently going on the market. The overall picture just fits perfectly our current times. Global events in 2016 have left some marks even in the design area and it is very interesting to see how designers are translating concerns and questions. Design is not only thought to visually inspire, don’t you think?