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Spoiler alert. The difference is in the details.

For the untrained eye, flat design and material design look very much alike. And please don’t get offended when I’m saying this. No matter how big of a supporter you might be of one trend over the other, you have to agree that the difference between them really is subtle. Subtle, yet crucial, I should add.

But let’s start at the beginning and look into the facts about each of the two design types.

When it comes to flat design, we already covered its basic principles and history a couple of months ago here on the blog. Feel free to see that article (we even had 10 great designers chip in on the topic and share their opinions of flat design’s domination in the