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Trends in Web Application Design

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Exploration of trends impacting web application design. Presented by David Warwick at Open Publish 2008 in Sydney, Australia. Addressed changing web environment and specifically impact of development …

Exploration of trends impacting web application design. Presented by David Warwick at Open Publish 2008 in Sydney, Australia. Addressed changing web environment and specifically impact of development of CMS products.

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  • 1. Trends in Web System Design OPEN PUBLISH 30 July 2008
  • 2. “ Web publishing and related content management technologies are still new to many people. In reality, many of the underlying fundamental architectural decisions in CMS products were made many years ago. This session looks at ‘new world’ architecture, changing web standards and the future direction in which web CMS and publishing is likely to be headed.” David Warwick
  • 3. Web Standards – Design Coding http://youtube.com/watch?v=a0qMe7Z3EYg http://youtube.com/watch?v=T0QJmmdw3b0&feature=related Most web applications in the CMS space were conceptualized more than 5 years ago! What’s changed?
  • 4. Everything’s changed! Granularity of web sites Sites as applications Fluidity and usability So what is AJAX and more importantly what has it done?
  • 5. Some examples Which is the largest site? How do they differ? Content, application or meshing of both?
  • 6. Structural AJAX example © Hinchcliffe and Company – Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco – April 2008
  • 7. TOP 10 So lets look at 9 more!
  • 8. Open Gardens Object Oriented Service Oriented Web Oriented Mash Ups Open Source Open Standards All about combining benefits! © Hinchcliffe and Company – Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco – April 2008
  • 9. Separation of Content from Form (Design) Device difference Purpose difference Context difference Audience difference Re-use!
  • 10. Push and Pull Marketing SEO SEM SMO Viral Loyalty Network Effect Marketing and business drivers hit the web!
  • 11. Harnessing Collective Intelligence Personalization Segmentation Pre-emptive Archival Adaptive Human (with efficiency ;-)
  • 12. Data Sourcing The web is hungry a nd needs to be fed! Sourcing data Monetizing data?
  • 13. Syndication of Content and Applications RSS Open API Feeding and gathering.
  • 14. Bandwidth
  • 15. Rich Media http://youtube.com/watch?v=LtKQNwqNLLk&feature=related
  • 16. Mobility
  • 17. Granularity (AJAX) Community (Built for sharing) Componentizing (Data from Form) Utilization (Critical Mass / Network Effects) Learning (Collective Intelligence / Using Data) Gathering (Obtaining Data) Distributing (Providing Data) Bandwidth Rich Media Mobility
  • 18. What does it all mean? For Web CMS and related applications …
  • 19. Some directions (future requirements) All media types (not just text and images) Aggregation point for multiple devices Ingest, interpret and change outcomes based on sourced data Embed, integrate or mash with other systems Support greater data volumes Deliver ‘push’ and ‘pull’ marketing outcomes Work better than a desktop application.
  • 20. Questions
  • 21. Sydney Suite 1, LG, 32a Oxford Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010 Australia www.komodocms.com Contact David Warwick [email_address] + 61 2 9368 7420 + 61 411 411 555 Melbourne 113 Ferrars Street Southbank Victoria 3006 Australia [email_address] Komosion Pty Ltd