Archive for ‘Web’

January 25, 2010

What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch

What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch

The Social Analyst is a weekly column by Mashable Co-Editor Ben Parr, where he digs into social media trends and how they are affecting companies in the space.

“Did you know that it’s been nearly twenty years since the first website was placed online? Have you ever thought about how the Internet and the web have evolved in time?Ponder it: the Internet, a complex series of interconnected networks, protocols, servers, cables, and computers, has evolved from its early days as U.S. Department of Defense research project into the foundation for the World Wide Web, what we use today to interact with one another via browsers, email, Twitter, Skype, and millions of other online tools.As we approach the imminent launch of the Apple Tablet and analyze new trends coming out of out of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show our full coverage, now is good time to reflect on what the web will look like in the next decade — and beyond.I have four big predictions to share for what the web will look like in the near future. This is what I expect in the evolution of our online lives:”

1. The Web Will Be Accessible Anywhere

2. Web Access Will Not Focus Around the Computer

3. The Web Will Be Media-Centric

4. Social Media Will Be Its Largest Component

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November 10, 2009

Burberry launches social networking site

Burberry launches social networking site

From Draper online – 9 November 2009 | By Amy Shields

“Burberry has launched its social networking site artofthetrench.com, celebrating the British heritage brand’s iconic trench coat.

Burberry will work with some of the world’s leading photographers to catalogue trench coat wearers’ love of the outerwear item and their personal stories relating to their Burberry trench.

Visitors to the site will be invited to submit their own portraits depicting themselves in their trench.

For the site’s launch, Burberry creative director Christopher Bailey commissioned a collection of photographs of trench wearers taken by photographer Scott Schuman of The Sartorialist.”

Reads more ….. Burberry launches social networking site | News | Drapers.

November 4, 2009

45+ Inspiring Examples of Vintage in Web Design | Naldz Graphics

found and Re-blogged from Naldz Graphics via fuelyourcreativity.com

“Who said old style was never been cool in web design? In fact, using Vintage photo, paper and fashion became trendier now a day. If you’re looking for Vintage Web Design inspiration, then this is what your looking for. Today we will showcase some of the best sites applying vintage concept on their layout.Here is a collection of 45+ Best Examples of Vintage in Web Design that will give you more ideas on how you can achieve a good design. Below you will see a variety of concepts of vintage web design like illustration, grunge, retro, wood and more.”

via 45+ Inspiring Examples of Vintage in Web Design | Naldz Graphics.

August 18, 2009

To Change and Observe

To Change and Observe.

From the large number of critical comments about the new Design Observer 3.0 website, you’d think that the readers lost an old friend rather than gaining a few more. Design Observer, which began as a blog in 2003 and evolved into a website, is now an online media hub and is clearly changing with the times. One of the most important changes is indeed Change Observer……. read on….

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