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Responsive Website Design & Web 3.0 [Infographic]

Responsive Website Design & Web 3.0 [Infographic] | Web Experience | Scoop.it
Website design Vancouver from Mystified By Social Media. We make responsive web design for Vancouver, Delta, Surrey and BC with free hosting. All of Canada can have a responsive web design!

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, May 4, 2013 7:58 AM

Responsive & Web 3.0
Put aside the SEO benefits, creating responsive design is beyond important because the future is about having your content look great no matter what type of devices is receiving.

Responsive design also forces a new framework on your content marketing THINKING. Your content marketing begins to get away from the static and more toward the dynamic.

Since the future of web design is dynamic making this move now has many benefits.

Responsive

Web 3.0

Snippets and Tags (Responsive)

Yes (Web 3.0)


Flexible images (Responsive)

Yes & controlled by code (Web 3.0)


Focus on the visual (Responsive)

Yes (Web 3.0)


No but easy to modify (Responsive)

Dynamic create in real time on fly (Web 3.0)


 

Internet marekting consistently shows those who embrace the future earliest and strongest reap the benefits. The time for your website to be responsive is now.

Judy Cannon's curator insight, May 4, 2013 11:53 AM

I am writing a class on Responsive Web Design and Cross-Browser Compatibility that will be available in the Webmaster Certificate Program in the fall.

 

Judy

Dolly Bhasin 's curator insight, May 5, 2013 11:54 PM

The way to go for both web and mobile web!

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Birth of the Cool: 2012 UI, UX Design Trends

Birth of the Cool: 2012 UI, UX Design Trends | Web Experience | Scoop.it

User Experience UX Software Design 2013 Trends. Agree, big 2013 design trends include:

* Visual Marketing & Design Simplicity (lean content, lots of Infographics and other data visualizations).

* Content Marketing heavily influenced by mobile first and mobile's content constraints (speed, small, UI).

 

Would add bubbles about the size of "mobile first" for:
* Predictive Analytics.

* Real Time "read the cookie, fire the design" triggers.

* Move to branching business logic controlling design elements.

 

I may be the only champion of the freedom from design boxes movement. I just don't see UX and design functioning in such limited ways for much longer. Design is most impactful when it is relevant and we have enough persona and behavior information to "read the cookie, fire the design" now. 

Why aren't we?

I saw this same problem with the move from A/B to multivariate testing. MVP testing puts such a load on shifting THINKING and creative that adoption was slow. AI-like web design has the same problem. Once you create a branching path algorithm based on personas and behaviors you need LOTS of creative to support the move.  


Oh, this isn't the ONLY time I've been up on a soapbox all by my lonesome.  



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The Role of Color in Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social Media Today

The Role of Color in Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social Media Today | Web Experience | Scoop.it
It’s vital to move beyond the standard logo and tagline and take a holistic approach to evoking emotions among potential customers across all of your marketing channels — including social media sites.

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Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, April 24, 2013 12:45 AM

Love this graphic, part of a solid Social Media Today article about how color converts. 

Drora Arussy's curator insight, June 16, 2013 9:46 AM

Color speaks to us - from what the teacher wears in a frontal classroom to what the background color is in a virtual assessment. We want our students to connect and "buy into" what we are teaching, branding is so important. As a side note, note that blue (of blue and white fame) signifies dependability and strength, isn't that what we want our students to see when they think of Hebrew and Israel? Of course, we would love to have all the colors blended in at certain points, be aware of the colors you use across the board - literal and virtual.