"Mobile to overtake fixed Internet access by 2014" was the huge headline summarising the bold prediction from 2008 by Mary Meeker, an analyst at Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers who reviews technology trends annually in May.
When you see the color red, what do you think of? Love? Anger? Blood? Ketchup? When you see the color yellow? What about the color green? Color is all around us, in everything we see - and the world would be quite different if the grass was blue, and the sky was green, wouldn't it? Using the wrong color in your marketing material can backfire in subtle ways. Let's take a look at what each of the colors evoke, and how you can use this information to get your audience to take the desired action.
By the time I’ve written my 2054 e-commerce trends post, people will have forgotten that you ever had to visit shops and hand over physical money. Personally, I almost have. I was recently debating widening my letterbox so it can take a large pizza from Dominos, meaning I don’t have to converse with the delivery guy. In the end, I decided that with current e-commerce trends moving at lightening pace, they will soon replace the delivery guy with a drone and I won’t have to worry, so I’ve given up on ideas of home improvement for now. Ecommerce is constantly updating with improved discovery, technology, logistics, and bloody cool things to buy. Here are my predictions for e-commerce in 2017.
Information on the web is becoming more user interaction with sites getting shorter, and their demands to the pages on the Internet all of the above. Receptions and web design tools, which seemed new and interesting a year ago, today it is not cause of former delight, and often does irritate. In connection with this web designers are constantly working to improve the user experience, relying on the technological capabilities of mobile analytics and custom fidbek. Here are six web design trends that are likely to get its development in 2017.