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Evolution Of Web Design

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Websites have come a long way in the last ten years but remember when websites were neon green, with text in all caps and the hyperlinks in blue?

 

Where did the tablet-ready internet we know today came from? 

And what recent developments mean for the future of web design.

Check for the answers in this Infographic

 

By Carrington College. http://bit.ly/PdMJjS

Source. http://bit.ly/RMcZTj


Via maxOz, michel verstrepen, Mathieu Kutak, Mike Ellsworth, future web news
Derek Phillips's insight:

Before looking into the potential future of web design and development, it is essential to look into the tools, individuals/organisations and the trends of the time that created the web as it is known today. This info-graphic depicts the previously mentioned right from the foundation of the web.

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Mike Ellsworth's curator insight, March 2, 2013 4:46 PM

A great infographic that traces the changes that brought us to where we are today in Web Design.

Mike Ellsworth's comment, March 5, 2013 9:47 AM
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Jonathan Follett's curator insight, March 18, 2014 10:07 PM

Knowing how and when previous web technology came about is vital in moving forward and developing future versions of previous technology's.

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The evolution of Web Content: towards the “contextual thinking”

The evolution of Web Content: towards the “contextual thinking” | Web Development | Scoop.it
An insight into the latest developments of the Web content and the future prospective Since the dawn of the World Wide Web era, the content was at its core: the idea to link documents/content with hypertext was a sparkle that ignited the birth of...

Via Thomas Faltin
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The use of "contextual thinking", being where the website has been developed in a manner that allows it to practically think for the user, has a possibility of being implemented widely throughout online shopping based websites, as it would allow the user to save time.

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A look into the future of web development

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A look into the future of web development some trends with HTML5 and Design

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To accommodate for the growing user base, the usability of the internet is being enhanced, and this will obviously continue into the near future. This article has several examples of how this will be done within the near future, these being; the implementation of HTML5 storage, allowing certain parts of the website to be reloaded rather than the entire page, user interface improvement and the elimination of cross browser issues.

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Adam Woodbridge's curator insight, March 27, 2014 3:17 AM

HTML5 storage, the importance of design in web pages and cross browser issues will become much more uncommon are all mentioned in this article. All of which are very important in the future of web design and development. Storing data in different web sessions is important for the improvement of the internet as users will be directed to information that is related to them. Having a clear and easy to follow design is very important for every website so users can find their way around. The compatibility of code into all web browsers is a must for websites so that they can reach a larger audience.

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HTML5: The future of the Web is finally here

HTML5: The future of the Web is finally here | Web Development | Scoop.it
HTML5 is 'feature complete,' meaning the future of Web development is in place.

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HTML5 has been major aspect of web design and development since its creation. Updated versions of HTML will be a key aspect of development within the future.

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Jonathan Follett's curator insight, March 18, 2014 10:10 PM

There is almost no doubt that html5 is the future of the web. Unlike flash it works on all devices and requires no 3rd party API's. Browsing on phones, tablets and computers will only get easier.

Adam Woodbridge's curator insight, March 27, 2014 3:50 AM

HTML5 will provide a huge leap forward for the development of websites. It can eliminate the need for standalone apps and additional software. It is capable of displaying lightning fast videos and geolocation services which both previously needed applications or software to operate in browsers. Even though the language is not 100% completed yet, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari are already compatible with some HTML5 elements, which says a lot for the future of HTML5. 

Matt Ellis's curator insight, March 28, 2014 3:11 AM

A look at the new web standard and how it is changing the way we use the internet

 

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Google Believes Web Components Are The Future Of Web Development - TechCrunch

Google Believes Web Components Are The Future Of Web Development - TechCrunch | Web Development | Scoop.it
Google Believes Web Components Are The Future Of Web Development
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... help of the HTML, CSS and JavaScript they already know.

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To enable effective use of web components, project Polymer is progressing by making an application framework in which web components can easily be created and integrated into pages consisting of HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript. Upon browser software being updated in order to support this framework, it is likely that these web components will see frequent use.

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Adam Woodbridge's curator insight, March 27, 2014 3:33 AM

Web components have the ability to give web developers many extra tools to be able create their websites. e.g Custom elements allow web developers to add onto HTML elements and expand HTML's vocabulary. The only problem with web components at the moment is that they are not compatible across all major browsers, but as it catches on, features will be added to the incompatible browsers to allow web components to work on them.

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Evolution of HTML

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This HTML Evolution infographic takes a look at the transformation of web pages over the past 20 years, from HTML 1.0 to HTML 5.0. Prior to then, we’re just going to assume everyone played pong :D

 

Continue: http://broadcast.rackspace.com/blog/HTMLtimeline/index.html


Via Liveti Liiveti
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While similar to the previous info-graphic, this focuses almost entirely on HTML (and XHTML), other components mentioned would be browsers, and the use of Ajax. Also, there is a prediction for the future (albeit portrayed in a more humorous manner) which relates to the cloud, being a growing aspect of network based computing today.

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Liveti Liiveti's curator insight, March 20, 2013 9:44 AM

The previous video looked at the history of the Internet, this link looks at the history of HTML (the main mark up language used to create websites).

 

It is amazing how far HTML has evolved in a short time period of 20 years. Who knows, maybe in 5 to 10 years, the HTML 6.0 or even 7.0 will have been released.

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The Future of Minimalist Web Design

The Future of Minimalist Web Design | Web Development | Scoop.it
Minimalism is the hype not just on posters and billboards but in the web as well. More and more people are finally coming to realize that “less is more”.

Via Gab, Josh Newman, Jonathan Follett
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Seeing as a year has passed since this article was created, much of this has already been implemented by many notable websites. As mobile web-browsing was, and still can be, rather difficult, a need of minimalistic websites emerged. Through the use of grid based design, typography, white-space with appropriate colour, and an evident focal point of attention, a website that is easy to use while still containing the required information can be created. This trend that began in recent times has set the standard for website usability. Hence making it likely to be utilised in coming years for new websites, and those being updated.

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Josh Newman's curator insight, March 13, 2013 8:26 AM

As more and more people use their mobile devices to surf the web on the go every day, the need for minimalist designs increase.

Jonathan Follett's curator insight, March 18, 2014 10:09 PM

Minimalism is the future of presentation. Have less to distract the user is vital when attempting to get a point across. With the added technology behind HTML5 minimalism is only looking better with more and more websites becoming single page applications (SPA) the browsing experience is only becoming easier/cleaner with time.

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Web 3.0 ?

Web 3.0 ? | Web Development | Scoop.it
Web 2.0 is the terminology assigned to define websites that have been refurbished from an earlier version of the internet.

 

Since most Web 2.0 features are free, websites such as Facebook, Wikipedia, etc. have developed remarkably fast and, as these sites grow, more innovative features are being added using new technologies. In fact, Web 2.0 will continue to grow in the future. 

 

The simultaneous growth of these new trends is outside the scope of Web 2.0’s definition and this is where the next generation of the internet will begin. The third generation of the internet – the Web 3.0 – will completely alter social networking.

 

‘Web 3.0’ is a network of information that can be routed both directly or indirectly using computers and includes television quality video, three dimensional reproductions of images, enhanced reality, man-made semantic barometers, and the all-encompassing sensors – wireless and broadband.

 

Read More Here: http://www.killerstartups.com/startups-tools-and-guides/future-of-web-2-0-websites/

 


Via Antonino Militello, Joyce Valenza, GwynethJones, Liveti Liiveti
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Due to the web rapidly grows in both users and content, it has, for many people, become a part of everyday life, whether it be in the workplace or for personal use. As a result of this, it is essential to improve the capability and resources available publicly through the web. This is being done within Web 3.0.

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GwynethJones's curator insight, March 9, 2013 11:46 AM

from the best digital curator I know! Fascinating!

Liveti Liiveti's curator insight, March 14, 2013 10:30 PM

With the evergrowing usage of social networking and video sharing mediums by contemporary society, it was inevitable that such an idea as Web 3.0 would be brought up. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. have some form of impact on everyone's daily lives. I myself constantly check my Facebook news feed, sadly even once every 5 minutes. This article states that the idea of Web 3.0 'will completely alter social networking', this is something that I will anxiously await to see. How will the general public react to such alterations? Will it be too much of a jump?

 

Facebook changes, such as the conversion from profile views to timelines (http://mashable.com/2012/02/07/dislike-facebook-timeline/) and the introduction of Graph Search (http://maximizesocialmedia.com/social-media-agencygraph-it-facebooks-graph-search-the-future-of-social-media), have been met with some very negative reviews. Many have panned these changes as they have been so accustomed to previous versions.

 

Web 3.0 will completely alter social networking, but is that a good thing?

 

 

Adam Woodbridge's curator insight, March 27, 2014 2:55 AM

As computers and software progress, so does the internet. Millions of people use the internet everyday and it has to be improved constantly. Web 3.0 is the next level of internet which will be a greater tool than Web 2.0 is at gathering and producing information, and connecting people. 

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Is responsive design really the future of web development? - Memeburn

Is responsive design really the future of web development? - Memeburn | Web Development | Scoop.it
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Is responsive design really the future of web development?
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While most hail it the future of web development, the concept has received its fair amount of skepticism.

Via Incion
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Responsive design currently does have issues in implementation, allowing growth and stabilization within the near future. While this 'cutting edge' technology does have its benefits, it has almost none for a desktop device. The benefits are mainly consistent of how the website will be able to react with devices such as smartphones and tablets, both of which are expanding markets, this meaning that the use of responsive design is justified, as it will cater for these consumers.

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Adam Woodbridge's curator insight, March 27, 2014 3:42 AM

Responsive web design is a new way of developing web sites which allows them to be compatible with both computers and mobile devices. This technique could replace having to create multiple web pages specifically for mobile devices but there are still a few issues which have to be ironed out such as loading times, advertising, and information architecture. If these problems can be solved then this will definitely have a major roll to play in the future of web development.

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The future of web development is Laravel

The future of web development is Laravel | Web Development | Scoop.it
PHP is an old friend, going back close to 15 years. It was the first language I used. Back then it was the obvious choice for web development if you were running Linux/Apache, it was free and it wa...

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As PHP has been a popular language for use in web development for a relatively long time,  it has undergone outstanding improvements. The main issue with PHP had been finding an appropriate model view controller framework, with the creation Larveal, a MVC framework specifically designed for PHP this issue has been resolved. This allows PHP to remain as a prominent language fir web development.

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