In 2013, to commemorate the 20th year of free and open web, the very first website returned to the web using its original URL. The site is… well, very basic; it is a text-only site that explains the World Wide Web basics. The website that we know has come a long way since. Fast forward to 2015, it would be relevant to determine the changes in the web design industry in the past couple of years. Where do you think it is headed? Let’s see.
The best eCommerce storefronts tend to be unique to their clientele, their product, and their location. However, if you look you may notice a few things in common. While trends change with time—2012 was all about white backgrounds and grayscale photos while 2013 brought back grunge textures and dark backgrounds—all the best sites find an image that speaks to their brand more clearly than anything else and stick with it. In getting to that point, however, they all move through a few specific elements of the design process. Find out what it is that makes the top sites stand out from the rest of the crowd.
Mobile is the present and will definitely continue to remain the future of IT(Information & Technology) sector. Building a website for the mobile users will always remain the first priority of everyone who wants to grow his/her business presence across continents. With the demand for smartphones growing on a massive scale, it's hard to imagine websites that can't load on a hand-held device.
The evolution of internet has been a boon for the globe. No doubt, it has provided ultimate platforms for the world regarding development and growth. Additionally, it also has virtually made the world small. And why not? Now any thing can be accessed from anywhere through the use of internet within minutes. Practically the progress of the epoch boosted up since this factor came into the role.
Like the world of fashion where designs change every season, the web landscape also sheds its old skin and wears a new one periodically. These changes typically occur due to triggers, which could be updated nomenclature, stagnancy or change in overall design trends. Whatever may be the reason for this switch the fact remains that the basic functionality of the website is never compromised.
To celebrate the World Wide Web’s 21st birthday coming up in 2014, we come armed with balloons, party poppers and all things colourful – the perfect ingredients to make your site ‘pop’. Many websites, unfortunately, are still caught up in their teen years and lacking something a little more tasteful. If this sounds like you, it’s time to jump on board with the fun and embrace some radical trends set to rule, and possibly take over, 2014. Let’s make this 21st a one to remember!