5 graphic trends of 2024 for your regulatory reports

If 2023 was marked by the arrival of generative artificial intelligence, 2024 should see its use become more widespread. Digital art is experiencing a small revolution, revealing several graphic trends for this new year. Here are some that could be included in the 2024 regulatory reports.

2024 or the golden age of art(ificial)

Yes, generative AI still needs to improve on certain aspects, such as photographic content that is still considered too superficial (lighting problems, rough hands, etc.). However, it has already proven itself for other types of illustrations, such as those using 2D and 3D. Thanks to the time saved by AI, these styles should be widely used in 2024. On the 3D side, texture effects are to be expected.

For 2D, we can expect the return of certain trends, such as pixel art; a nod to the 1990s which also experienced several technological revolutions. Thus, this type of visual should become more widespread in 2024.

Cluttercore, the art of ordered disorder

This interior design trend features many elements in the same decor. Warm tones or totally dull, Cluttercore lends itself to all styles, as long as it respects the principle of busy but organized chaos. It lends itself to both photographic and illustrated content.

Minimalism for ecology

As we told you in a previous article, creating refined designs allows you to save money and thus be more respectful of the environment. This year, and more than ever with the arrival of the CSRD, this trend should be at the heart of the graphic concerns of regulatory reports.

Ever more mixed typographies

The choice of font is crucial in regulatory reporting. While transcribing the identity of the company, it must remain readable but visual. In 2024, font mixes are making a comeback and will brighten up reports by alternating different styles.

Bonus: Pantone’s color of the year!

Like every year, the famous ink company has raised the curtain on the color of the year, a peachy shade called Peach Fuzz: