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If You Desire A Career in Web Services, Make Sure Your Content Is Top Notch


The truth of the matter is that we need less web pages and definitely 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.

It's becoming a lot more about the exact content and just what the user wants instead of how you arrange things on your pages.

Google is actually beginning to display parts of exact content in some search results without the user having to click on your page.

In a good example, you can google a dentist in your area, and the results will show the dentists number in which you can place the call to them directly.

You don’t actually need to go to the web page.

The web desigers ego and the alychidesigns.com visitor stats may plummet a bit, but truly the experience of the user will be improved which is Googles ultimate goal, to keep the users coming back.

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

Siri is a digital assistant leading the way and now Google is on board moving in this direction.

Googles Android M has new changes being announced, aiming to provide users the exact bit of info they desire precisely when they need it.

There is a shift going on from web services to web pages: independent bits of info which can be combined with other services over deliveing and providing value.

Say you are seeking out a new restaurant, you will first see reviews from yelp or foursquare, and google maps will be there to provide directions and now even traffic conditions through Waze.

Live Long Ux, web pages are dying

Here’s the great news: creative designers are really far from being outdated.

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.

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

Pretending that a company is properly run andprovides value just by having a website, is naiive at best and may be harmful at worst.

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

This kind of job which will continue to exist, regardless of channel.

There are already too many competing for our attention and assuming selfishly that we have all the time in the world to close pop-up ads, explore navigational hierarchies, and be dazzled by transitions, intros, and effects.



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

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.

In a good example, you can google a dentist in your area, and the results will show the dentists number in which you can place the call to them directly.

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

Web design has exhausted its limits as a discipline.

Siri is a digital assistant leading the way and now Google is on board moving in this direction.

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.

Long Live Ux, web design is dying

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

The demand for Ux design is still rising, on the contrary, and many people are redesigning their digital products in these days.

There is a shift going on from Web pages to digital products, ecosystems and tools and it people are switching to experience design from web design.

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 a company is properly run andprovides value just by having a website, is naiive at best and may be harmful at worst.

All touchpoints must be managed, planned, designed and executed.

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

Post by manifestationmiraclev (2016-04-16 04:02)

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