With Adobe Flash being phased out we can all say ‘goodbye’ to the constant update reminders, our devices becoming bogged down, and the security issues that plagued it. Once the final nail is placed in Flash’s coffin, it may not all be sunshine and rainbows. There are still many websites dependant upon Flash and there are already some negative effects that website owners will need to be prepared for:
Website design is ever changing. We are constantly seeing new ideas and technology to change the standard for a well designed website. In some cases concepts we’ve seen before are being tried in a slightly different way to great success. The increase in web browsing on mobile devices is changing the approach and making good design more important than ever.
Have you been noticing some website design and content trends substantially changing in the past couple of years? With the exponential growth of different devices accessing the Internet and keeping pace with best SEO practices Ilya Posin with Forbes points out a few that stand out:
Responsive web design is a term being used and heard more often in the web design world. It’s true that responsive web design has taken on the Internet design world by storm. Sam Kusinitz, writer for HubSpot.com shared a quick and simple definition of what exactly Responsive web design is. Check it out.
Responsive web design is all the rage these days. If you’re going to have a website, you better make it responsive. So, what exactly makes a web design responsive? Responsive web design is an approach to web design that adjusts to the user, from varying browser sizes to changes in device. It’s been around for a few years, but it’s finally taking off and having a huge affect on websites.
With a recent mobile takeover of web surfing activities, it’s important and vital for B2B companies to conform to the trend. However, there’s still a large number of B2B sites that are still not doing anything for tablet or mobile device users. At the same time, traffic from mobile and tablet tends to be much lower than on B2C sites.
Today, the way we consume content is changing at a much faster pace than at any time in history.