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Trends in webdesign
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    • 1. Titel tekst Beschrijving slide Trends in Webdesign Customer First – 25/10/2006
    • 2. Disclaimer
      • Opinions are like…
      • 2. Buzzword bingo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buzzword_bingo
    • 3. Design trends
    • 4. Web 2.0 style
      • rounded corners
      • pastel colours
      • ‘ glassy’ effects
      • big fonts
    • 5.  
    • 6.  
    • 7. Glossy
      • influenced by flat-screens
      • dark backgrounds
      • mirror effects
    • 8.  
    • 9.  
    • 10. Clean look
      • influenced by Google
      • lots of white
      • minimalism
    • 11.  
    • 12.  
    • 13. Typefaces
      • Verdana/Arial/Georgia still on top.
      • New kids on the block: Microsoft ClearType fonts? http://neosmart.net/blog/archives/182
    • 14. Technology trends
    • 15. Ajax is hot
      • Asynchronous Javascript And XML.
      • Creates better UI.
      • Usability/Accessibility issues! http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(webdesign)
    • 16. API
      • Application Programming Interface.
      • Open up your data/service beyond your own website.
      • http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Application_Programming_Interface
    • 17. Ruby on Rails
      • Application framework.
      • All the cool kids are using it ;)
      • http://www.rubyonrails.org/
    • 18. Bigger trends
    • 19. Blogging
      • It’s no longer a fad.
      • Companies are using blogs too.
      • Start of a media revolution?
    • 20. Podcast is dead!
      • Long live VIDEO!
      • Flash is resurrecting in its wake, as a video tool.
    • 21. User Generated
      • User Generated Content / Social networking gets big.
      • This whole Web 2.0 story…
      • http://www.netlash.com/log/slides_web20_presentatie
    • 22. Dot com
      • Datamining / Advertising is once again a business model.
      • Bubble 2.0?
    • 23. Get mobile
      • The mobile web is emerging.
      • First stage: dual! Web + Mobile.
    • 24. Localisation
      • Local content (niche) is important.
      • Geo-location added to everything!
    • 25. Get physical
      • Ubiquitous web is coming.
      • New services that connect web with the physical world?
    • 26. Browser as OS
      • ASP model.
      • Software as a service.
      • DOS < Windows < Browser ?
    • 27. Usability & Accessibility
      • Specs in public Request For Offers.
      • User experience / user centered design.
      • Anysurfer (www.anysurfer.be)
    • 28. Second Life
      • Social networking gets a new meaning!
      • http://blog.coolz0r.com/2006/10/25/second-life-tour/
    • 29. Conclusion
    • 30. The new web?
      • Not the web is changing.
      • The way people use the web is changing.
      • Shift from web-centric to user-centric.
    • 31. Bart De Waele bart@netlash.com www.netlash.com www.ondernemeringent.be

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