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Where it All began

The history of the Internet has its origin in information theory and efforts to build and interconnect computer networks that arose from research and development in the United States and involved international collaboration, particularly with researchers in the United Kingdom and France.

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WEB TRENDS 2022

PICK of 10 Trends

“The goal of the Web is to serve humanity. We build it now so that those who come to it later will be able to create things that we cannot ourselves imagine.”

— Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web

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WEB TRENDS 2022

FEWER IMAGES IN HERO 
SECTION

In 2022 landing pages will speak with design rather than relying on photos. Hero images give a powerful visual impact straight away, but it can distract if you want to focus more on colour, typography and content.

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MOTION UI

In the early days, static website design was all that was possible, but now motion in scrolling and mouse interaction is the norm. Transitions and animations help bring elegance to a website.

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DESIGN TRENDS

UNIQUE BUTTONS

Buttons are essential to UI design, since they are made to entice users to click through to deeper parts of your site or make a sale. Therefore designers pay attention to the size, position, shape, colour and animation.

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Glass-MORPHISM

An interesting trend this year is glass-morphism. A combination of transparency, blur, and movement which make elements behave visually like glass. Combined with subtle movement, the effect can make a site feel 3D, without being too visually messy.

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One page WEBSITES

The purpose of a one pager is uninterrupted flow of information about a small business. Sections of the continuous scroll page can include: A hero section, company overview, list of services, FAQ, testimonials and contact information.

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Serverless Architecture

This enables developers to create and support software without worrying about the underlying infrastructure. They compose an application code as a series of separate functions, which triggers a cloud provider account.

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AI CHATBOTS

It is possible to have automated, real-time client assistance with AI-powered chatbots. They can provide answers to frequently asked questions, take orders, etc. According to Juniper Research the chatbot market will reach more than $110 billion by 2023.

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Development trends

LOW-CODE & No-CODE APP BUILDERS

These platforms reduce the time it takes to develop because they use pre-built code blocks and there is less effort to recreate the UI because of the visual modelling techniques. The app can be customised based on individual customer needs.

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API INtegrations

It is possible to connect your apps and automate workflows. From daily work chores to detailed workflows, your business tasks can be orchestrated to work in unison so you can focus on the most important work.

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VIRTUAL BUSINESS CARD

This is a mini website with your contact details downloadable as a VCard on someone's phone. It is hosted on a unique link so you can send it via WhatsApp or it can be printed as a QR code to be scanned on your physical business card.

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