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Web Design Trends - Newmedia 2013

Trend Timeline + Future Trends

henny habibpour

on 13 September 2013

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Transcript of Web Design Trends - Newmedia 2013

Web Design Trends
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
12 Trend

Flat Design in Operating
System User Interfaces
Large Photo Background
Web 2.0
One Page Website Design
Mobile Sites
(asynchronous JavaScript and XML)
What could we see in the mobile of tomorrow?
Cole - Box Shadow Css3
Mitch - Border Radius
Gavin, Smartphone
Drag & Drop CMS
Sara- popups websites
Justin - Fixed Headers
Henny - Fancy CSS
Future Trend
The first E-commerce website
The first E-commerce website started one year afterTim Berners-Lee writes the first web browser, WorldWideWeb, using a NeXT computer
A fundamental shift in what's possible on the Web.
Techniques used on the client-side to create
asynchronous web application.
(group of technologies)
20 More Excellent AJAX Effects You Should Know
Trend Date: 2012 - Present

Flat design in a user interface encompasses bright colour schemes and exotic, bold and often large typography, solid coloured shapes, simple icons and clear flow of information.
Trend Date: 2012-Present
In modern web, a one page website is often one of two things. A landing page for a companies promotion/event or the scrolling, parallax informational site for a designer, developer or product.
The evolution of mobile trends
To put it simply it started from dial up phones to advanced smaller complicated mobile devices
Mobile Design started out simple but soon evolved into more complex designs
Visual Floating Interfaces?
USB Phones?
Through the course of history, Mobile phones have developed from huge devices that only could be used from communication to multiple forms of communication and even internet. In addition the sizes of such mobile devices have shrunk in size
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