The invention of the World Wide Web is dated for over 30 years ago by Tim Berners-Lee, helping people easily share information from around the world. In the following decades, it changed significantly in terms of design and functionality and deepened its role in contemporary society.
The design style of the website has changed with remarkable speed compared to cousins made of brick and mortar. The first text is hyperlinked only to the site, explaining what the network is, how to use it and some basic configuration notes. From the earliest times to the present, web design has come a long way.
In the early 1990s, we received the first language of online publication: Hypertext Markup Language or HTML.
But the language used to convert pages of text through the browser, without restrictions. Many websites were based on text pages with vertical structure and small graphics. People quickly reformed the vertical and attractive blue hypertext text adapted to navigate the virtual space of the Internet.
In the mid-90s, designers began to participate more actively in the creation of websites and a graphical user interface (GUI) appeared, which allows designers to integrate images and icons from graphics sites.
When popularity on the Internet began to gain as a way to communicate information, designers saw the possibility of using spreadsheets to compose text and graphics.
Before the page layout page appeared, the table had elements of the design and it was impossible to imitate the traditional templates of printed documents.
But while tables allow designers to easily manage text and graphics, the code needed to create them was more complex than the methods that were created later.
Flash of lightning
At the end of the nineties, a new technology appeared: Flash.
Flash is a software platform that allows designers to include websites with music, videos, and animations, which makes them dynamic in audiovisual. Flash also gave designers more freedom in an interactive website. It was really the era of creative and technological progress in the design of websites. Interactive menus, welcome pages, animations, and fine bubbles, buttons decorated with taste, trends tend to design websites, I see.
The concept of the network was still a novelty for many, and these interesting visual projects had a dual purpose. Not only were they bright and attractive, but they also introduced inexperienced users of unknown technologies: “Look at me, I shouted like a real key, let me go …!”
But the popularity of Flash was short-lived. This requires that you install the latest Flash plugin on your computer, which limits the comfort and availability of the websites.
Everything is a web designer
Although Flash’s expectations were not, the way we created and used the websites has changed.
People have become increasingly complicated when advertising and online design elements are no longer needed to express training and highlight visual aids, such as blue links.
Then there were social networks and they needed more flexibility.
This has led to cascading style sheets (CSS).
CSS has been used to set certain styles, such as larger font sizes for subtitles on several pages than on a page, without coding each element separately. The idea behind CSS was to separate the content of the site (HTML) from the presentation (CSS).
They have created website templates that allow users to create and publish their own websites every day. Unfortunately, this is generally practical, economical and aesthetic due to the design