Evolution Of Web Design


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Websites have come a long way in the last ten years but remember when websites were neon green, with text in all caps and the hyperlinks in blue?

 

Where did the tablet-ready internet we know today came from? 

And what recent developments mean for the future of web design.

Check for the answers in this Infographic

 

By Carrington College. http://bit.ly/PdMJjS

Source. http://bit.ly/RMcZTj

Mike Ellsworth‘s insight:

A great infographic that traces the changes that brought us to where we are today in Web Design.

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