Beautiful, simple, clean, legible. Legibility, where required, is very important to me. Primarily, I like to do work that is eye catching, but also very pleasing aesthetically. My style is precise, pleasing.
I don't have a specific design style as of yet, i'd have to say it's kind of a minimalistic design, but whatever's pleasing to the eye works.
Pretty corporate, but colourful and positive at the same time.
I have a very renegade style... I like to incorporate alot of juxtaposition and always design with edge.
Following the trend while being minimal. I love white and functional design.
Creative, innovative, resourceful and outside the box.
My style is all over the board depending on my clients. My root style is classic Swiss design.
Whatever fits the required assignment, whether it be retro, modern, today or tomorrow I like the hunt for visual solutions.
I'm not into the "cookie cutter" type of design. My main focus when I am designing for a client is to be original and to the point.
More on the conservative side which is strange because I am anything but conservative in any other area of my life.
I do not have one particular style. My design style is the style of the end-user. Basically, if my design does not sell the client's product or service, it is not good design regardless of how aesthetic it is.
I have an annual packaging assignment for which I've just completed the 14th in the series. After the successful first one, my client told me the next year's design had to be completely different. I've approached it that way ever since. They look like the work of ten different designers.
My approach is that the client, market and project determine the style. It's also more challenging for me as a designer to constantly do something new.