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I’m using the term “Web 2.0 design” to describe the prevailing style of web design I introduce in my current style article.
Many people use the term “Web 2.0” to describe:
Many others also use the term in reference to a recent school of web design. I’m comfortable with using it in that context here.
In sociological terms, movements impact people on many levels: economic, cultural, political, etc. Is skate-punk about entertainment and sport, music and the music industry, fashion, or the breakdown of society?
I’m going to take you through the features of the current wave of excellent web site designs, dissect the most significant features, explain why each one can be good, and show you how to use them in your own sites.
If I had to sum up “Web 2.0” design in one word, it would have to be “simplicity”, so that’s where we’ll start.
I’m a great believer in simplicity. I think it’s the way forward for web design.
Today’s simple, bold, elegant page designs deliver more with less:
To be continued…