Web Trends for a New Decade<br />Anthony Davis, iDesign Inc.<br />
Web 1.0<br />“Mostly Read Only Web”<br />By 1996 4.5 million users<br />Focused on companies<br />Owning content<br />Nets...
Web 2.0<br />“Wildly read-write web”<br />By 2006, 1 billion+ global users<br />Sharing content<br />Focused on communitie...
Web 3.0<br />“Portable, personal web”<br />Focused on the individual<br />Smart search and DATA<br />Behavioral advertisin...
A Few Design Trends<br />Big headers/large images<br />More integration of illustration, fresh typography, and other typic...
Usability Trends<br />Flash and HTML 5 competing for animation usage, standards<br />Social Media MADNESS!<br />Lightboxes...
Content Management<br />Back end to Website<br />Keep updated, fresh content for repeat visitors<br />Blog, latest news, c...
Mobile Sites<br />
Microsites<br />Microsite: Defined as an individual web page or cluster of web pages designed to function as an auxiliary ...
What does it all mean for me?<br />Review your Website, stay ahead of the competition<br />HOME BASE of web operations<br ...
Sources<br />http://www.demystifyingusability.com/2009/08/avoid-user-adoption-problems.html#more<br />http://webdesignledg...
Connect with us<br /> www.idesigninc.net<br />Twitter: @iDesigninc<br />
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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.

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

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