The economic downturn brought about by the current health crisis is unlike any previous slowdown in recorded history, experts say. While some businesses plummeted, others (and especially tech startups and Big Tech) have grown significantly.
With 2021 fast approaching, bold and chaotic designs of 2019 have matured into something calmer, classier and more functional.
What’s happening today in the pandemic-stricken world reminds one of Isaac Asimov’s book The Naked Sun. In the novel, the Solarian people communicate through holograms, avoid all physical contact, and have all their chores performed by robots.
In the past few months, telemedical services have been exploding to the point that they struggle to onboard new customers. Once the COVID-19 is over, will telehealth get pushed to the fringes of healthcare, or become the new normal?
While some of the trends remain from last year, let’s see what is gaining popularity/traction as this year comes to a close and the year 2020 emerges on the horizon.