Continuation of >>345235 kind of.Anything quintessentially 2000s is appreciated.
Windows Media Player on XP had some very 2000s skins.
Media player skins in general are a good resource.
>>369524Thank you very much for making a successor to my thread
is 1997-1999 and 2008-2010 allowed itt?
>>369564I would say '99-'09 at a push
I always liked this
Some logos still hold up today.
>>369768this is some concentrated nostalgia, everything was so WET ALL THE TIME
>>369524man, thank goodness I wasn't a teen in the 2000's, this style is gross.
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90s probably ended in 2004
>>369528Awesome skin killed by the use of stupid serif font
so sick of flat design bros
every driver program, boot screen and uefi must look like metallic space-station ui, the more poorly done the better
>>369573That is not an ipodThis is an ipod
This is some proto-2000s aesthetics:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veSsIDmyQyc
>>370141Damn what's that? That thing looks aesthetic as fug
>>369528this is very FFX-esque
>>369527>>369528What tools were these made with?
>>371426This doesn't look like it's from the 2000sMaybe late 80s-early 90s
just join the y2k aesthetic group on facebook.
>>371344It's the y2k aesthetic>>371502fuck facebook and fuck you
>>371502>y2k aesthetic groupsI don't like associating with those people.
>>371648That "y2k goddess" looks more like a character from an awful early 2000s sitcom.At least it's time accurate, I guess.
>>371506>"Internet Music"jfc what the fuck were we smoking in the 2000s...
>>371502y2k != 2000s you fucking retard.
>>371648girl with "MESS" caption really should lay off crack
Just got an R4 card for my DS and it's like a time machine of early 2000's design like, it really is something else. Bushed metal? Check. Gradients everywhere? Check. 3D icons? Check. Terrible fonts? Check.
>>371426Funny meme XD
>>371858ds is based
>>371648Fuck I was part of one of those groups until I left fb, left in 2017 but wish I'd left earlier.
>>371648Imagine being this full of yourself just because you grew up on the Aaron Carter Leave It Up To Me music video.
>>369528Am I just a pleb, 'cause I think it fits the "feel" of the skin. That gothic edgy look. Sans-serif would look to sleek on such a "dope" skin.
>>372946Oh look, it's that faggot group again
>>369524you mean shit like winamp and ares galaxy skins? i still use those tho
>>372795>random photoshop brushesman, that really takes me back
>>370349I guess no wonder my life started falling apart in 2005.
these guys still rocking it strong
Everything looked so shinny and futuristic In the late 90's-2000's, I'm so sick of all the minimalist shit
>>373327>>373328>>373329>>373330>>373331Those are from the late 90s you fucking retarded cumbrain
I like these grunge and gritty aesthetic, but Sev7n is from 1997.
>>373399Personally I love the old 3D work from the 1990’s and 2000’s.
>>373404Same here. A part of its appeal could be how relatively easy it is to make it yourself today.
>>371502There was a board on eightcham dedicated to 2000's internet called exactly /y2k/.But sadly hatecham is dead, I'll fucking miss it.
>>373587I remember that board too>tfw you can't even nostalgiafag in peaceMaybe it's just time to move on.
>>373575There's a trance thread on /wsg/You could drop by and post some tunes if you want.>>>/wsg/3034601
>>373587I didn't know there were nice things in 8gag, I thought it was just a bunch of /v/edditors angry that gaymorgate was banned from /v/.
>>373607Eight-chan was, well, infinite. Just like 4chan, it consists of various sub-communities so there's a difference between the kind of people who post in each board. It had a fair share of great innocent boards that did nothing wrong, the whole website didn't deserve to die just because someone decided to shoot up a mosque.
designers republic. youre welcome
>>373617Wipeout was released in 1995.
I miss MSN so much. Fuck Microsoft and fuck Facebook.
>>373682>can't send nudges on other programs>can't send winks of dancing pigs>can't play chess or uno with friends>can't chat with bots>emojis are soulless compared to emoticonsI thought software was only supposed to get better with time.
>>373685I was genuinely considering making a social media platform with a less corporate feel to it. It just seems so bureaucratic and moderated I feel like a just for fun platform might do okay. I would include things I miss from MSN like the chatboards and spaces. Also allow the profile customisation of MSN.
>>373587that board was amazing. not a day goes by where im not distraught by the take-down.
>>369728Tiger and Snow Leopard were the best versions of macOS.
Fanmade album art of Rank1 - Airwave that I found on twitter.
>>373575>>374113moar trance-related shit
>>371426>>371497Indeed. I'm getting a Fresh Prince of Bel Air / Saved by the Bell vibe off of this.
>>373944Make a new /y2k/ then on 0xchan ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
>>370349You’re sort of on to something- a podcast I listen to repeatedly says the early 1990s were basically the end of the 1980s, the early 1980s the tail end of the 1970s... etc.Dig this commercial from 1992, and tell me that doesn’t feel vaguely 80s- especially the lady trying on dresses.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kDf_wVdP-ag
>>370349And the 2000s ended in 2013 imo
>>372922So many exposed abs on ladies
>>369573>>369728>>370519>>3733102000s Apple aesthetics in one videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KIwjChhF_Y
Bumping to get rid of the birthday hat.
I kind of like this type of low-budget 2000s CGIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjHblwwI2tI
Anyone has the name of that artist doing some sort of mid 2000 Windows XP vaporwave? It was really specific and I can't find it anymore
>>373404got any other examples (maybe math animations)? i love it too
>>369527dude i knew that looked kinda farmilar... i've been looking for those designs on devianart but are mostly outdated and have no tutorials. The closest tutorial I found to those designs were this https://webdesignwheel.com/cool-photoshop-logo-design-tutorials.htmlDo you know a certain place that can show you how to make that thing idk it was called a "media player" but whatev... im familar with it because of me having some sort of bad memory with looking at those on windows 7 as a young retard
>>375074No, I've never seen any resources on this style, I only ever saw the designs themselves.The way I would replicate them is by just winging it in Blender Eevee, I guess.
>>374113what is this font?
I don’t know how the fuck Anthony made this but the aesthetics are amazing and soooo nostalgic looking.. anyone know how to make something like that?
>>375136Who? Is this a video or something?
>>369529I actually really like that one.
>>375074>as a young retardSo, yesterday?
>>370148I miss bubble buttons
>>370454Fucking this, it's so lazy and impossible to navigate
>>373682God fuck some of those messages from girls were cryptic because of all their emoticons
>>373617I’m sorry, did you mean THE DESIGNERS REPUBLIC™?
>>371648The first guy's arcade game is shockingly bad. I can't believe it was actually kickstarted.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBkGDk8gddMIt's essentially another Candy Crush clone, but with seizure-inducing patterns and gimmicky characters. If he really wanted to make a Y2K inspired game, he should've made a 3D platformer. Those were all the rage back then.
>>375190It looks more mid-00s to me, like the menu/catalog of the wii or DS
>>375191It's the flat UI. He got the symbols and everything right, but it's implemented lazily. He should've used more gradients at the very least.
The art/design of the 2000s decade was a mix of commercialism & stylish futurism
Is there a certain name for like this type of 2000s art style.
>>369728After seeing this and looking back to my phone, i feel like i have been downgraded to hell. Even with a corporate take, this looks way more vivid and interesting to look at than a random background full of flat icons with randomly picked colors
>>375252it was a nod to 70s scifi, with all the silver and glass. y2k was both 70s nostalgia and hype for millennium.>>375364y2k
>>375390Y2k refers only to the look & feel of the turn of the millennium (~1997-2003)
>>375393well yes, how does this contradict anything that I said?
>>375396Never mind, I thought that other anon was asking about the aesthetics of the whole decade
just skeuomorphism basically
>>369982Fucking zoomers with their flat minimalistic faggot crap
>>374580What podcast was it?
Wow, these are nice icons, I appreciate this era of images, it's pretty nice. Also 90's PC video for video games is really nice to me, too. It sounds good to me to just update my icons on my computer to this and set up different things in my computer to different eras and have some extreme clusterfuck of a creature on my computer of what's going on. I think it's the optimal aesthetic choice, it would just be basically streamlined and really visually appealing. Just a mountainous instant of a frightening creation every time I open my computer and do anything. lol
Wouldn't zoomers be the ones who like this shit due to how they grew up with it?
Does this count /gd/?
>>375884Here's something a bit more late 2000s
>>375885What is it with late 2000s/early 2010s and lime green?
>>375921rave etc. popularized acidic colors for edgy/sci-fi stuff. also, trendy palettes. a lot of 90s was actually 60-70s nostalgia. and at that time popular colors were orange and lime.
what was that glossy white almost snowboarding aesthetic called?
>>373685that shit is still alive in china on wechat and shit. there are so many other chat apps in china toohell, iMessage can play checkers and stuff
Found this browsing Pinterest, and I hate itI'm actually brainstorming for a show set during Y2K, so thanks for the thread
>>373608I miss /1cc/.
This is what I, zoomer trash, enjoyed to watch as a toddler. I believe this fits ITT due to its aged, yet futuristic visuals and trancy soundtrack (and the fact that it aired from 2001 to 2007).https://youtu.be/JF2fXtAHCmQ
Why is everyone here post early-90s styled stuff?Were you still babies in 2000's?
>>376398Also papers, old papers, retro papers. (this was late 2000's)
>>376398>>376399Thank you.Finally someone posts something post-y2k.
>>376398I think the post above yours answers your question.
Anyone remember Yahoo widgets and Google Desktop?
oh man i would have to bring out my hds from storagedo miss those old winamp skin days
>>376398A lot of zoomers don't understand the 2000s aesthetic (which doesn't make sense, since they lived their childhood in that decade)They think the aesthetic of the whole decade is y2k, which they misinterpret as "vaporwave 2: digital boogaloo", and pic related comes out as a result.
Not UI but in late 2000's was the trends of posting vintage/polaroid/instant-camera looking photos.So trending that some developer create an mobile app that you can instantly get these instant-camera effects without editing. (but the app later focused for photo sharing)The app is called Instagram.
>>376443precisely this and it's missing the mark
I hate tumblr trannies as much as the next guy, but the Y2K style is undeniable to me and it sucks to see so many rejecting it over some gay kids.
>>376460There's no rejection for y2k, it's just this >>376443
>>376408>>376411had the Mac widgets, myself
>>369560Turbo Nick?! Man, this brings me back.
Being a pirate is alright to be!
>>369524What exactly makes y2k aesthetic? i'm a 00's kid (born in 97) and I can recognize the aesthetic but I can't quite say what makes the style other than being kind of semi-furustic and pretty much everything having rounded edges.The style is a lot less obvious to make unlike 80's and 90's aesthetic. I really want the y2k style to take off again but it's just a bit too vague at least in MY opinion, i'd love to have anyone help me figure it out
>>3770101. lots of 70s influence—futuristic sci-fi stuff with lots of silver, lots of orange, blobby shapes (see Karim Rashid), rave's revival of hippies/psychedelic, flowers, groovy fonts, not sure if related but hot rod flames. WipeOut aesthetic was a sort of revival of 60s–70s modernsim in new context.2. postmodern design—irregular blob shapes, 3D, super complex stuff/maximalism, appropriation and references to famous brands, hybrid of old/new, etc.3. trends of the decade—influence from hip-hop (see graffiti and baggy clothing), rave, punk and nu-metal
>>377019Also:>frequent use of silver and varying shades of blue, alternatively black and yellowish green>lots of glossy materials>also more or less angular fonts as seen in >>376040 and >>373575
>>377055>>frequent use of silver and varying shades of blue, alternatively black and yellowish green>>lots of glossy materials>>also more or less angular fonts as seen inwell yeah that's what I mean by 70s sci-fi: lots of gloss, silver and so on (see >>375390)angular fonts are also kinda related to this. in the 70s, grid was all the rage. many modernist fonts were built on a grid and had square appearance like picrelated. Designers Republic is probably to credit for bringing this aesthetic back to life.
>>377010People also used LOTS of transparency in everything, from logos to actual products.
>>373587It’s back as “8kam” or some retarded pseudonym.
>>373587>>373595>>373944https://julay.world/retro/Nothing ever truly dies on the internet, everything is eventually reborn.
Does stuff like this count?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KRolm0dnEE
>>377063I love stuff like that. Especially when it was that weird not white kinda light green tint.
>>377480Also does anyone know where I can find a FLAC of that album.
>>377063Care to extrapolate?
The stage from the ESC 2008 t.b.h.These two entries fit it best.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zinGFmaYdZ8https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQy0PJEkQhA
>>377512Yup, thanks anon
>>377599what do you mean
stolen from /wg/'s apple thread
This VGA cable counts, I guess
Are graphics that have gradients but are not mimicking anything real still skeumorphic?
>>373286Flat design is more futuristic though since it looks like HUD design portrayed in sci-fi. The shiny stuff was just mimicking cheap plastic shit from the time.
>>377480Great album! I take it you're from sows lol
>>378098It's art from an album that Designers Republic designed. This is another.
>>369527>>369528>>369529i love thesei wish the 2000s glossy/3D-ish/gradient style would make a comeback. i hate these modern minimalist styles.
WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN
>>369529>that turbo-folkExtremely shite music taste, nice skin tho.
>>376347Dude I mention bing and bong all the fucking time and no one knows what im talking about
does any one remember winamp?
>>378877it really whips the llama's ass
>>378877Starting in 2008 or so, I have been pretty consistently using it to this day, so yes.What do people use instead these days? iTunes? Just Spotify?
>>371648The froyo Tam girl is pretty chill. She made a pretty good font
>>378881everyone serious about offline music playback switched over to foobar2k long before streaming music platforms became a thing.
>>376443>>377010I think it's more just that y2k was such an interesting one, while the contemporary/soft y2k 00s style that happened literally beside it is more muted, even though still interesting in its own right.Honestly, I wouldn't give too much hate to people who didn't quite remember the early 00s, since it feels like y2k and soft y2k is '97-'03 and then '04-'08 was that whole McBling thing.
>>371648I'm definitely not used to the 4chan shit after being gone for so long, but they're not bad people. Froyo and the other people who work on the archive legit have done wonders for keeping records of stuff, so they legit got my respect.>>378901Where there ever any early 00s skins for foobar?
>>378108that reminds me of this
>>369524Cool looking fucking intro I found. i am so proud to be a hipster https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8lxHeFWDDIo Homemade intros rule fool
>>378057I think I remember seeing someone play that game at my friends houseHoly crap, I haven't seen this shit since 2004
While browsing through art from around 1900, I came across this chameleon sculpture from 1897. Fascinating how much it has in common with 2000s design tropes.
Does this count?https://catface.neocities.org/album01.htm
>>379333Sort of. You could've made your shilling less obvious, though.
>>379334Not shilling, actually.Just found it on /qa/ in an actual blatant shill thread
>>379333>>379337Nice tryAlso your music sucks
>>378578That's pretty fucking aesthetic.
>>369528Actually kinda cool.
>>379955and here's one I found while looking for the other 2 images
>>380044I fucking love this, thanks for posting it
>>377010I think I read it on /fa/ that the prevalence of silver within the aesthetic was that with the new year of 2000 people entered the ultra-modern age. And so silver reflects that psychology, representing futuristic reality and so was prevalent everywhere in the early 2000s. I hope you get the gist.
>>380339What the fuck is this savagery?
>>380339the darkenss that i was born into, shaped by, moulded by
>>370519no its not, it has a colour screen.
>>380338dat ringtone list
>>376347For years I swore this was just a fever dream. Every time I'd try to describe the show people would just give me weird looks. I can't blame them, that intro is fucking trippy.
https://youtu.be/1iqx8CJf_m0I still fire up the XBOX to play this game.
>>376413Now this takes me back
These are nice icons. Icon packs usually look nice. I don't often find any poorly made icon packs anywhere. That's a rarity. I think people with bad icons just hide them. They don't show anyone the internet icons they've made. AS THEY SHOULD! lol No, I'm joking but most icons you can get themes for are nice. I saw one icon pack that wasn't great once. It was on a broken computer. It was uncomfortable to be around. There were parts of the images that were missing. The Windows install itself was messed up. The whole thing just looked disastrous. I was surprised the computer worked at all. I was in a state of astonishment in that context. lol Who here makes icons, does anybody?
>>377672You tell me
>>373405holy shit haven't seen this in ages
Do you like my 2000s inspired acid greed DDG theme?
>>381174mate, all you did was change a bg color. too lazy. sorry
>>381178No I didn't, go change it yourself and see.
>>381179then it simply sucks, ok
>>381181No, not ok. I'm not listening to you.