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From Anthony Davis of iDesign gave this talk at the Nashville Chamber's "Walkabout 180" March 24th, 2010 at Lipscomb University. ...

From Anthony Davis of iDesign gave this talk at the Nashville Chamber's "Walkabout 180" March 24th, 2010 at Lipscomb University.

"Web Trends for a New Decade," this presentation covers some exciting new design and functionality trends going into this new decade. Also touches on Web 1.0/2.0/3.0.

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  • Web Trends for a New Decade
    Anthony Davis, iDesign Inc.
  • Web 1.0
    “Mostly Read Only Web”
    By 1996 4.5 million users
    Focused on companies
    Owning content
    Netscape, AOL era
    Page views = Advertising
  • Web 2.0
    “Wildly read-write web”
    By 2006, 1 billion+ global users
    Sharing content
    Focused on communities
    FACEBOOK anyone??
    Google, Pay-per-click
    Word of mouth over advertising
  • Web 3.0
    “Portable, personal web”
    Focused on the individual
    Smart search and DATA
    Behavioral advertising
    Increased social media connectivity
    Web 2.0 more about information overload, Web 3.0 will be more about “control”
  • A Few Design Trends
    Big headers/large images
    More integration of illustration, fresh typography, and other typical print techniques
    Minimalism
    User Friendly, clean navigation (not really new)
    Video and rich media integration
    Use of textures (grungy/organic, or clean/metallic)
  • Usability Trends
    Flash and HTML 5 competing for animation usage, standards
    Social Media MADNESS!
    Lightboxes, modal boxes, user interface to the max
    Simple shopping experience
    Reach out to your customer base for feedback (Yes, actually talk to your customer!)
    Proper lead funneling
  • Content Management
    Back end to Website
    Keep updated, fresh content for repeat visitors
    Blog, latest news, calendar of events, text/images
  • Mobile Sites
  • Microsites
    Microsite: Defined as an individual web page or cluster of web pages designed to function as an auxiliary supplement to a primary website
    Can be simple landing pages for lead generation, or sites directed at specific audiences
  • What does it all mean for me?
    Review your Website, stay ahead of the competition
    HOME BASE of web operations
    Ask yourself questions: Is my site highly usable? Did I ask my customers what they thought of the site? Do I ever update my content? Will it work on mobile?
    Continue to tie in social networking, email marketing, and traditional marketing methods
    Most importantly, have the BEST site in your industry!
  • Sources
    http://www.demystifyingusability.com/2009/08/avoid-user-adoption-problems.html#more
    http://webdesignledger.com/tips/web-design-trends-for-2010
    Docs.google.com
    http://internet.suite101.com/article.cfm/what_is_web_30
    http://www.labnol.org/internet/web-3-concepts-explained/8908/
  • Connect with us
    www.idesigninc.net
    Twitter: @iDesigninc