The Evolutionary Tale Of Web Design (Infographic)

ADVERTISEMENT

7 Responses

  1. Christoph Ono says:

    This is not an infographic. An infographic is not just about splitting text into pretty circles, but creating visual representations that make the content easier to understand. The visual elements need to carry content, context or meaning. In this case you still can’t understand anything without reading the text. The only element in this instance that helps communicate is that the eras are represented by different colors.

    Please don’t take this as a rant, but you wanted to know what I was thinking while I viewed this post.

    Here’s an example of a very simple infographic that works extremely well – http://www.wookmark.com/image/471/bic-eiffel-tower-pikted – you really understand on a gut-level that the pen can is going to last you for a long time.

  2. Jon says:

    I like this, but wish it included node.js which is quickly becoming the most interactive version of the web yet.

    Great infographic!

  3. Brian says:

    Couple errors here…

    1) Designers started ditching tables and using *CSS* for page layout (not Javascript as it says in the graphic).

    2) The “coffee cup” logo used on one of the Javascript points is the logo for Java, not Javascript, which are entirely separate and different from each other, despite similar names.

  4. شات الطائف says:

    Thanks for sharing these cool

  5. Martin Dave @ web design says:

    Wow! Such a very nice post! I am also very interested with these topics. Keep posting!

  6. George T. Wiliam says:

    Thanks Buddybud,

    Will put it to good use!

  1. August 9, 2011

    […] que les jeux vidéos sont inutiles8 points à considérer lorsque vous créez votre portfolioInfographie sur l’évolution du webdesign   Des bonnes ressources et tutoriels 15 Templates de landing page en HTML / […]