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Web Services Careers Are Rising And You Should Pay Attention To Content

The truth is, we need to have less web pages, not more of them.

Way too many webpages are in rivalry pleading for recognition and selfishly thnking we have all day long with lots of time to click on their pop up adverts, time to click on their hierarchies for navigation, and to spend our precious time looking at their effects, intros and transitions.

For webpages, the most crucial things are the information you offer each distinct user, and much less about the way in which you arranged your web page.

The evidence is in the pudding, and google is displaying actual content when you search certain keywords, which a user does not even have to visit a web page at all.

For instance, googleing a restaurant from a cellphone device, you will often see a button to call the restaurant directly.

Soon you won't even need to visit the page.

The page designer’s pride and the visits-counter may possibly endure a bit, but inevitably the user experience is undoubtedly improved.

Web design is changing before our eyes, exhaustings its possibilities.

Google is moving at a fast face in the direction of Siri the digital assistant.

Today along with the fresh changes revealed for Android M: they will aim to deliver you the correct bit of info you want, anytime you need it.

This suggests a shift from web pages and posts to web products and services: self-sufficient pieces of info which will be combined with other services to present value.

So whenever you are searching for a eatery, you get any reviews from Foursquare or Yelp, the directions by Google Maps and the traffic conditions from Waze.

Long Live Ux, web design is dying

Now the good news, designers are still in need

Many people are redesigining their digital products in these times as well, and the demand for Ux designers is still rising.

This transition from web design to experience design is directly caused by the move from web pages to digital products and solutions, tools, and ecosystems.

Now websites play a part in something larger, being Social media, mobile apps, APIs, customer service, Search engine Optimizing, and physical locations which all aim to showcase a users experience with a service, product or brand.

Pretending that you can operate a company or provide value simply by taking care of the web channel is naïve at best and detrimental at worst.

Each touchpoint should be managed, designed and planned as well as executed.

Regardless of the channel, web design jobs will certainly never cease to exist, but they will evolve.

Truth is many people are already becoming annoyed with all the pages which selfishly assume they have time in their busy day to click off each pop up ad, navigate their hiearchies or folders, and be impressed with their effects, transitions and intros.

But what really matters is not how you arrange things on a page: it’s the content, in terms of a specific user need.

That’s why Google is starting to display authentic content within some search results, without you having to visit another page.

Just an example: if you Google a nearby restaurant Alychidesigns from your mobile device, the search results include a button to directly call the place.

Soon enough a user won't even have to visit your page.

Web design has exhausted its limits as a discipline.

Google is moving at a fast pace in the direction of Siri the digital assistant.

New innovations have been announced for Android, and its aim is to provide you the info you require, at the time you need it,

So if you are looking for a restaurant, you get the reviews from Foursquare or Yelp, the directions from Google Maps and the traffic conditions from Waze.

Live Long Ux, web pages are dying

For the good news web designers are needed now more than ever.

Many people are redesigining their digital products in these times as well, and the demand for Ux designers is still rising.

There is a change from web designing to experience design, and it is because of the major shift from web pages over to digital tools, products and ecosystems.

Web pages are just part of something much bigger: mobile apps, API’s, social media channels, search engine marketing, customer care programs, and bricks-and-mortar locations all inform the experience a user has with a brand, product, or service.

Pretending that you can run a business or deliver value just by taking care of the web channel is naïve at best and harmful at worst.

And all these touchpoints need to be designed, planned, and managed.

Regardless of the channel, web design jobs will certainly never cease to exist, but they will evolve.

Post by manifestationmiraclev (2016-04-16 03:11)

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