First, let’s take a look at Web 2.0
• Social Networking
• Immediate content sharing
• Users can alter web pages
• Innovations for information acquisition (RSS)
• Access to the Internet in non-Desktop Devices
You can now Google almost everything, be it
a movie or restaurant review and find results.
But it takes some important minutes away from
your life because you have to separately search
for “movie reviews” and “restaurant reviews”.
Many Internet experts believe that this
would soon be addressed, with Web 3.0.
Web 3.0 will act like a personal assistant that
becomes aware of what you like and dislike.
The browser will answer your query using
your previous searches and analyzes it.
Berners-Lee has his own concept of 3.0. He calls it
the Semantic Web. Computers cannot understand
the context of the pages, but his Semantic Web tries
to fill this gap.
Computers will be able to scan and interpret information.
This is possible because Semantic Web have collected
information in so-called ontologies, which will come in
metadata forms, included in the code.
What does this mean to a web designer?
• Web 3.0 will surely change design trends
With flat design focusing more on content and ease
of access, it fits the new 3.0 revolution.
• Web 3.0 will change how you code
With the inclusion of new metadatas, we will surely
add a few lines of code there.