Great news! We have updated Light Blue Angular template. The most important changes are in design. We made it modern, fresh, and clean.

More Info
Demo

Those changes are inevitable. Technologies are changing the world, its growth influences major design trends. So we have to evolve, to learn, to be better than yesterday. And we are happy that we can share our knowledge with you. Every template should have up to date design on the market. Based on our experience we chose the most important design trends and adjusted Light Blue to it.

We had an updated view of gradients for example. We implemented a very subtle color scheme, in this case, minimalism and flat-design is what we need. As you can understand from our name Flatlogic flat-design is our philosophy. It is our big love forever and always.

React, Angular, Vue and Bootstrap templates

In Flatlogic we create web & mobile application templates built with React, Vue, Angular and React Native to help you develop web & mobile apps faster. Go and check out yourself!
See our themes!

Actually, as years go by we at Flatlogic start noticing that UX sensibilities online try to come close to the experience offline, as in physical existence. As you may have noticed in our real-life there are tons of examples of gradients. And almost every gradient is very simple.

What we are trying to say is that now design trends are not trying to have an aesthetically pleasing look. The most important is design accessibility to the user. UI requirements now lie in the research of user behavior. Well, the trick was always in user behavior. The only difference is now that it is the priority.

Do you like this article?
You might also like

Top 19+ Remarkable JavaScript Data Table Libraries and Plugins

JavaScript Data Table Libraries and Plugins


One of the timeless design trends that we use is simplicity. All of our products embody this principle as we never add some element that we are not sure about or expand the existing one. Admin dashboard template is a complex app but minimalism still is the main principle that our UX/UI designers use.

You might also like these articles: