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I have seen lots of UI designer nowadays including this kind of illustration i want to know the name of this style so that i can also learn and try this in my designs.

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    Dear God, what happened to her head?!? – Zach Saucier Jul 31 '18 at 13:03
  • dribbble.com/galshir you ll find good examples here! – eirenaios Nov 29 '18 at 7:29
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I bet you will not find any established name for the distorted perspective and dimensions of the human character in your image. And if someone had given a name for it, it's useless until you had built your own between-the-ears model what it has and how to draw everything.

So: Find some good works and try to copy them (for yourself only!). Decide what are the essentials. Then try to apply the findings to your own characters.

You will succeed if you are able to step up from copying.

BTW company named Tubik Studio seems to use plenty of this style human characters. Maybe their designer - probably Yaroslava Yatsuba - gives some hints if you ask.

ADD: User Danielillo wrote in his comment that Tubik Studio has given a generous explanation and they call it Flat Design.

  • Actually their web has all the explanation about the illustration, they call it Flat Design: tubikstudio.com/… – Danielillo Jul 31 '18 at 11:50
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    But "flat design" means nothing. Flat design is about the flatness of the color. And this is not even flat. It has texture. The implied shadow will make it for some "flat design 2.0", some would call it "flat design 2.0 with texture". but again it says NOTHING about the proportions. – Rafael Dec 29 '18 at 6:24

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