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Many popular blogs, as well as big tech giants like Google and Microsoft, are employing a flat design scheme. Without a doubt, Flat UI is one of the biggest design trends in 2013. But don’t led the hype fool you, flat design existed long before it became a buzz word. The trend is receiving a huge push because it’s simple, beautiful, sharp, clean, and easier for developers to code. Some designers think this trend is overblown and receives too much attention. I think it’s here to stay. Today we collected a few prominent examples of well executed flat UI designs fro Dribbble. Enjoy!

Filetypes by Murat Mutlu

Filetypes by Murat Mutlu

I’m on flat a diet by Robert van Klinken

I'm on flat a diet by Robert van Klinken

Shtags [GIF] by Vine

Shtags [GIF] by Vine

Line Icons Part by Daniel Fass

Line Icons Part by Daniel Fass

Weather Widget by Mike Moloney

Weather Widget by Mike Moloney

Icons by Jee

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Uboodu Process Icons by Rami James

Uboodu Process Icons by rami james

Messages by Coleman Tharp

Messages by Coleman Tharp

Graph by Bobby Giangeruso

Graph by Bobby Giangeruso

Webflow – Responsive design by Sergie Magdalin

Webflow - Responsive design by Sergie Magdalin

OSX dock icons – by Sam Markiewicz

OSX dock icons - by Sam Markiewicz

Event Elements by David Kim

Event Elements by David Kim

Outline App Icons by Andy Peninger

Outline App Icons by Andy Peninger

New Facebook flat UI by Webmockupz

New Facebook flat UI by Webmockupz

Featured Destination by Jim Silverman

Featured Destination by Jim Silverman

Geo Tagging by Cosmin Capitanu

Geo Tagging by Cosmin Capitanu

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