There are many different patterns that are fun to incorporate in web design. You can use them to add personality and charm in places that sometimes feel empty. Many times, though, we aren’t quite sure how to explain which pattern we would like to use. So today I wanted to share this handy dandy guide with the graphic pattern names so you’ll never again need to try to describe a pattern – you can just use its name. Easy, right?
The Graphic Pattern Names – learn how to call them
Below you will find the list of the most popular patterns which I like to use. There is everything from the most common stripes, chevron to strangely looking trellis.
Make sure to let me know in the comment below if you knew all those names before!
Which pattern is your favorite?
I am really into the Grunge look right now, but I’m also loving Ikat and Greek Key. It’s hard to pick just one!
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Cathy Mayhue says
I remember when I started out with web designing, we gave a lot of importance to the patterned background and it would set the tone for all the art work in the fore beautifully. As gained experience, those patterns faded away from my psyche and I began to work more with a blank colored background, devoid of any pattern. Now suddenly finding these patterns, took me back to my those initial and innocent days.