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Recently we’ve run a poll on social networks about whether there is a place for illustration in web design?
The votes were divided in half between "for" and "depends on the case." While not a single person voted against it.
We are convinced that it all really depends on the case. After all, the illustration may not always be appropriate. It is important to consider each case and each product separately. After all, in order to give an answer to this question for sure, you need at least: evaluate the product, determine the target audience, and make research. This topic is deeper than it might seem. It is important not to blindly follow trends, but to choose what your client and your project need!
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