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Designing and Developing for Web 2.0 and 3.0

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Web 1.0 was defined as the ‘read only’ web while the current 2.0 has been dubbed as more interactive. Today, users interacting on web 2.0 platforms are not only able to change and edit the existing information, but could also contribute to content to their blogs and websites on the go.

What does this mean for web design and development?

Currently people are looking for something beyond interactivity; they are searching for ways to make computers communicate seamlessly with each other, and this is exactly what the ‘Semantic-web’ or web 3.0 is all about. This platform, which is already being implemented, is a read, write and executable web which will make searches and results more personalized and meaningful for users. This means several beautiful interface designs to choose from, and even more user-friendly web functionalities without the need of developers.

That being said, with web 3.0 around the corner, people have already started to talk about web 4.0 and what it could do for today’s busy, but demanding humans!

Here’s a small but powerful infographic about the types of webs. What do you expect from the forthcoming web 4.0?
How do you think it will impact web design and development field?

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Designing and Developing for Web 2.0 and 3.0

  1. 1. Web 3.0 The Machine-to-Machine Interaction Web 4.0 – The Possibilities PRODUCER (P) CUSTOMER (C) Web 1.0 – The Start of it All Web 2.0 The Interactive Web C/pC/p C/p Web 1.0 began roughly in 1991; attracted 45 million users by 1996 This web was mostly about presenting information and not creating it The pages used were static and the website owner was the only one who could change the content Netscape Navigator was a browser developed under the philosophies of web 1.0 Developing web 1.0 technologies required minimal scripting skills along with some basic HTML knowledge It is a web focused on interactivity where viewers are allowed to change, share anD Work with the content presented The pages developed are static and the website owner is the only one who can change the content Blogs and social media pages like Facebook and YouTube are very good examples of web 2.0 This web was introduced a few years later from web 1.0 in 1999 and had reached more than 1 billion people by 2006 C/pC/p C/p The main objective of this web will be to enable computers and other machines to communicate with each other seamlessly so users can be presented with dynamic data Semantic web will be able to organize and manage content automatically which will make it easier to process and analyze data A digital recorder called Tivo is a perfect example of web 3.0 because it helps you find and record according to your personal preferences It is speculated that the next web, which is 3.0, will arrive very soon and it is known as the ‘semantic web’ Web space and development will be cloud based Security will be of the utmost importance in web development Instead of content, knowledge and process management will be basis for design and development Interactions will be virtual like in James Cameron’s movie Avatar Designing for Web 2.0 and 3.0 A quick but thorough overview of the history, design and development of web 1.0 & 2.0 and the possibilities of what you can expect from web 3.0 & 4.0 References http://diaryofanelearner.com/2013/04/10/web-2-0-vs-web-3-0-what-really-is-the-difference/ http://wittycookie.wordpress.com/2012/06/04/what-are-the-major-differences-among-web-1-0-2-0-and-3-0/ http://www.zdnet.com/web-4-0-a-walk-in-the-clouds-2062207347/ http://bigthink.com/big-think-tv/web-40-the-ultra-intelligent-electronic-agent-is-coming http://evolvingtrends.wordpress.com/web-30/

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