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Time To Go Pageless? 8 Reasons Why Pageless Design is Future of Web Design

Time To Go Pageless? 8 Reasons Why Pageless Design is Future of Web Design | Design | Scoop.it

Pageless design frees websites from the outdated conventions of print design and fully utilizes the digital platform they’re built on. 

8 Compelling Reasons Why "Pageless' Web Design Wins (in the end):

 

* Tells a better story.

* Easier to "digest" or understand what to do.

* Emotionally more powerful.

* Higher Conversion Rates!!!
* Makes updating faster & easier.

* Lowers BOUNCE & encourages sharing.

* Looks great on all devices (mobile included).

* Lower cost to develop.

Marty Note
I confess to not being in love with the "infinite scroll" just yet. One modification we worked out for @Curagami, our Startup Factory funded startup, is to include a Call-To-Action at the top & Bottom.

CTAs help prepare the scroll. Remember "open book" tests? Putting a CTA on top of a waterfall of content helps prep a visitors mind. It "opens the book" for them. With this many impressive benefits I'm going to have to figure out how to start loving "pageless" design (lol).

I bet there are 5 (or so) similar modifications we can make to help us know how to create the paths and conversion we want by going "pageless".  


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Software Development Trends 2014 You May Not Have Heard About

Software Development Trends 2014 You May Not Have Heard About | Design | Scoop.it
2014's lurking around the corner: what technologies will take off and have a major impact, which of the fashions and fads of 2013 will become important trends and game changers in 2014.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, January 12, 9:41 AM

Ever think you know enough about the technology we all depend upon? Don't since things change and then change again way too fast for any one to "know" anything (lol). This post outlines a group of highly technical changes that will impact our web and software designs next year whether we know or realize them or not:

  • Hadoop and its ecosystem
  • Software Defined Networks
  • Containers and low overhead virtualization
  • Private clouds
  • Devops
  • Internet of Things
  • Low-latency Services: soft-realtime on the web
  • Return of SQL (the language)
  • Return of RDBMS
  • Hosted Development Environments:
  • Immutable Deployment or Immutable Infrastructure:
  • Languages for JavaScript:
  • JavaScript as Universal Runtime:
  • Native development Back?
  • Solutions to Callback Hell
  • Functional in the Mainstream


My favorites are private clouds, their note about Internet of Things and questioning immutable deployment.

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43 Stunning Mobile App UI Designs Inspiration

43 Stunning Mobile App UI Designs Inspiration | Design | Scoop.it
Looking at examples of different user interface patterns could give us the ideas we need to design something amazing.

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15 Fresh Free Flat UI Kits for Web & Mobile UI Design

15 Fresh Free Flat UI Kits for Web & Mobile UI Design | Design | Scoop.it
Many websites and mobile apps are using flat user interface kits for UI design, today as Flat Design is one of the popular concepts in website design. It is a minimalistic design approach which believes in the “less is more” concepts.

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5 Web Design Trends on the Decline

5 Web Design Trends on the Decline | Design | Scoop.it
Buy and sell handcrafted, mousemade design content like vector patterns, icons, photoshop brushes, fonts and more at Creative Market.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, January 14, 11:24 PM

Easy agreement here:

1. Flash Intros - not SEO or mobile friendly and effectively killed by Apple.
2. Complicated Forms - Don't ask for information you don't need and expect your email open rates to continue to decline even as your list grows.
3. Skeuomorphic 3D Design - Flat design is in.
4. Stock Photos - YES, finally we kill the Stepford people.

5. Pop Overs - Maybe, but pop unders are all the rage and they are gross and obnoxious, predict they will wane in 2014 too. Look at Rocketbolt.com's much less offensive triggered, subtle popunder instead.

 

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IBM reveals its top five innovation predictions for the next five years

IBM reveals its top five innovation predictions for the next five years | Design | Scoop.it
IBM's predictions all involve big data and using computing to glean intelligence from vast systems. We discuss them with IBM's research boss.

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Suzen Pettit's curator insight, December 17, 2013 9:31 AM

It is important for any business to know where innovation is taking their market. This article is a great source to prepare you for the business world ahead.

Bettina Ascaino's curator insight, January 13, 4:21 AM

In a nutshell, IBM says:

The classroom will learn you.

Buying local will beat online.

Doctors will use your DNA to keep you well.

A digital guardian will protect you online.

The city will help you live in it.

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Your Homepage Is THE Landing Page

Your Homepage Is THE Landing Page | Design | Scoop.it
Your homepage is probably the most visited page on your website — in fact, for the majority of websites, it typically receives more than 50% of all visitor traffic. In light of that, shouldn’t it be converting more visitors?

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