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Evolution of Web Design

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Rebecca Knips

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Transcript of Evolution of Web Design

Evolution of
Web Design Lesson
Objectives Essential
Questions Development of
WWW Browsers First
Generation Second
Generation Third
Generation Fourth
Generation Web 2.0
Tools Discuss the history and impact of the Web Understand and
discuss the evolution
of Web design Discuss the
history and impact
of Web technologies Use Web technologies to increase productivity and enjoyment How has the Web transformed your life? What technologies make using the Web more engaging and exciting on your computer or a hand-held device? Why do you think there is a need for the W3C
(World Wide Web Consortium)? Static pages Navigation hyperlinks Guest books Forms sent via e-mail Tim Berners-Lee Web developed at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) Web popularized the Internet World Wide Web
Consortium Established in 1994 Tim Berners-Lee has
served as the director Based at MIT Non-compliance with standards by browsers Limited by technology: small monochrome monitors, dial-up connectivity, slow Internet connection Allow users
to view
content on
the Web Early Browsers:
WorldWideWeb
ViolaWWW
Midas
Samba Today’s Browsers:
Internet Explorer
Firefox
Opera
Flock
Mozilla
Safari Intuitive, user-friendly navigation system Blinking text, hit counters, marquees Focus on content Banners, frames, and tables “This site is best viewed in …” Online presence for businesses was essential Interactivity of the Web
24-hour access
Global reach
Present product information Sites designed to target specific audience Focus on content Intuitive, user-friendly navigation systems Use of forms, splash page, CSS, and portals aka Web 2.0 Participatory, interactive, and personalized Compliance with Web standards Consistent design for professional look Usability and accessibility issues Careful selection of typography Open Source File Sharing RSS Feeds Web Services Dynamically-generated content by the user Content-authoring tools for editing Wikis Blogs Podcast
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