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Prophets trends in Interactive Design 2012

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Prophets presents the 2012 trends in interactive design on http://www.prophets.be/DesignTrends

Our vision of where interactive design is going in the near future and how to respond to it. An inspiring presentation filled with real life examples of top-advertisers with a vision.

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Prophets trends in Interactive Design 2012

  1. ID12 the 2012 trends in interactive design
  2. about me hi, my name is Petra Sell german designer living in Belgium design director @prophetsagency follow me on twitter or behance get more details on linkedin
  3. links in this pres:
  4. 2012 design trends emerging trends in 2011
  5. 1 emerging trends in 2011 multiple device thinking
  6. foodsense.is 1 responsive design
  7. www.flowfestival.com 1 responsive design
  8. 2 emerging trends in 2011 flash steps aside
  9. www.onehourpersecond.com 2 campaign sites fully animated in css
  10. “ we will no longer continue to develop Flash Player in the browser to work with new mobile device configurations (…) for Android and BlackBerry PlayBook. ADOBE press release “
  11. 3emerging trends in 2011 this is not an arial
  12. www.kitchensinkstudios.com 3 mad about webfonts
  13. dentsunetwork.com 3 show off with typo text
  14. 4emerging trends in 2011 parallaxed
  15. www.editsquarterly.com 4 parallax goes mainstream
  16. www.janploch.de 4 no words – just scroll
  17. www.soul-reaper.com 4 html5 comic
  18. 5 emerging trends in 2011 infographics
  19. www.good.is/100 5 animated infographics are the new infographics
  20. slaveryfootprint.org 5 survey goes visual
  21. 6 emerging trends in 2011 onepager deluxe
  22. www.nest.com/living-with-nest 6 scroll and discover
  23. www.neotokio.it 6 expandable content
  24. onepagelove.com 6 one page lover gallery
  25. 2012 design trends way to go in 2012
  26. 1 way to go in 2012 content is king, users are queens
  27. “ Designers are no longer designing for the device, they are designing for the experience. “ COURTNEY BOYD MYERS, Features Editor of the next web
  28. 1 editorial design experience on ipad
  29. 1 instapaper: read later (+ remove the clutter)
  30. vimeo.com/36140636 1 couch mode
  31. livetour.mas.be 1 couch mode 2 (live tour through a museum)
  32. 2 way to go in 2012 less is more
  33. path.com 2 only the essence
  34. www.hanzell.com/winemaking.html 2 hugh emotional headers (and arrow links to content)
  35. 3 way to go in 2012 apps redefining the web
  36. www.icloud.com 3 apps inspire the web
  37. 4 way to go in 2012 useful, custom and pretty
  38. littlebigdetails.com/post/14671757055/path-when-signing-up-as-a-new-member-the-iphone 4 registration as convenient as possible
  39. 4 form informs function
  40. www.smashingmagazine.com/2011/10/07/16-pixels-body-copy-anything-less-costly-mistake 4 make online reading more convenient
  41. contrastrebellion.com 4 not just good-looking
  42. “ With more companies and startups placing high importance on design and usability the web will only continue to get better and more user-friendly. RYAN ESSMAkER, design entrepreneur “
  43. fab.com 4 design sells more than ever
  44. tattly.com 4 upgrade your body as design object
  45. www.thrivesolo.com 3 prettify administration
  46. 5 way to go in 2012 even google realizes that
  47. 5 no more function over form (even google got it)
  48. “ you can’t just be geeky anymore, you have to be beautiful too. “ BRAD MCCARTY, Managing Editor the next web
  49. www.googlezeitgeist.com/en/top-searches/adele 5 google zeitgeist
  50. mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1#compose 5 UI experience x 2000
  51. 6 way to go in 2012 bookmarking gets visual
  52. pinterest.com 6 is ‘pin it’ the new ‘like it’?
  53. gimmebar.com 6 inspiration library
  54. 2012 design trends technological progress
  55. 1 technological progress animate
  56. beta.rallyinteractive.com 1 funky css3 shapes and animations
  57. nizoapp.com 1 css animation
  58. www.360langstrasse.sf.tv/page 1 scroll innovation
  59. lamoulade.com/#!/services 1 parallax pearle
  60. discover.store.sony.com/tablet/ 1 no flash - all html
  61. 2 technological progress flash is the new niche
  62. solutionsthatmatter.van.fedex.com/full.php#/healthcare/ 2 and sometimes flash is just right
  63. experience.mtvnhd.com 2 webcam integration & video
  64. 3technological progress challenge the site flow
  65. www.nikesnowboarding.com/products 3 innovative navigation
  66. www.crateandbarrel.com/dining-and-entertaining/individual-bowls/gemma-wave-bowl/s544135 3 functional navigation
  67. 4 technological progress custom fonts are mainstream
  68. mahifx.com 4 minimalism: typo meets color meets animation
  69. ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Graphics/opentype/opentype-fontbureau/index.html#small-caps 4 webfont is approaching the finesse of a printfont
  70. 5 technological progress web GL
  71. www.ro.me/film 5 web GL experiments
  72. www.adidas.com/football/uk/pages/f50 5 web GL commercial use
  73. 6technological progress API mash ups
  74. ink361.com/#/popular 6 instagram, my favourite app
  75. bergcloud.com/littleprinter/#!prettyPhoto 6 daily dosis best of social goes offline
  76. 7 technological progress responsive web design 2.0
  77. www.bostonglobe.com 7 mastering responsive design
  78. “ Simply using responsive design to make full site accessible on mobile devices results in substandard UX. JAkOB NIELSEN, UI expert “
  79. “ associate devices with purpose: I want to check (mobile), I want to manage (desktop), I want to immerse (tablet). “ WhITNEY hESS, UX Designer
  80. 7 RESS: Responsive Design + Server Side Components
  81. 2012 design trends so what you really need to do
  82. 1 what you really need to do Acknowledge and embrace unpredictability
  83. wave.google.com 1 trial & error
  84. betali.st 2 beta testing (the geeks in us love it)
  85. www.kickstarter.com 1 fund design projects
  86. 2 what you really need to do process mix
  87. boooig yessssss! 2 rethink the workflow
  88. “ This past year, I’ve led more working sessions, had more discussions, simplified more wire- frames, edited more collaborative Google docs, responded to more Basecamp posts, written more stories, and spent less time in Photoshop and Illustrator than I ever have before. I’m a better designer for it. DAN MALL, DD Big Spaceship “
  89. www.wunderkit.com 2 beta multitask
  90. 3 what you really need to do Use your instinct
  91. “ Emotion is at the heart of every decision we make. … We do what feels right, we go with our gut. “ AARON WALTER, lead designer Mail Chimp
  92. www.heringberlin.com 3 capture the soul of the product
  93. 3 read about it
  94. “ “ users tell us so much about themselves through their repeated use of our product and we haven’t done enough work to create customized content experiences for them as a result of all of that intel. WhITNEY hESS, UX Designer
  95. www.facebook.com/about/timeline 3 customized information
  96. www.fastcodesign.com/1665414/designers-behind-facebook-timeline-5-lessons-for-creating-a-ui-with-soul 3 felton talks about FB timeline
  97. “ This year designers have a chance to actively nudge the world in any direction they like. CAMERON kOCzON, gimmebar “
  98. www.alistapart.com/articles/an-important-time-for-design 3 a must-read
  99. “ keep looking, don’t settle. STEVE JOBS “
  100. 2012 design trends the future is beautiful
  101. designers.mx/#/mixes/listen/enjoy-the-crisis 1 enjoy!
  102. read also The Future of webdesign What I learned in 2011 and my predictions for 2012 What I Learned About the Web in 2011 An Important Time for Design Future friendly
  103. nice to meet you! Petra Sell design director at prophets.be @volpelino

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