In 2019, 58.8% of the world’s population uses the world wide web. We have come a long way in website design compared to the first website that was published in 1991. If you visit http://info.cern.ch, you can surf the world’s first website. Those pages consist of only texts and hyperlinks. HTML is the publishing language of the internet we use from the ’90s onwards. Early web pages were almost full of text content. The vertically scrolling layout was accepted by everyone and accepted as the standard layout. The arrival of Graphical User Interface trends (GUI) into website design, web developers began using images and graphics to websites. Later tables were introduced to arrange text, images and other graphical elements effectively. In the late ‘90s, a new technology called ‘flash’ arrived in the scene. It enabled web designers to add music, video, and animation to web pages. Web pages become more interactive and beautiful since then. But the usage of flash was not that convenient because the user must have a flash plugin installed in their system.
Social media websites created even more demand for innovative website designs and lead to the birth of cascading style sheets (CSS). CSS enabled specific text styles for web pages such as font styles and sizes. The idea behind the CSS was to separate the content which is written in HTML and the presentation of the content in CSS. In 2010 responsive web designs came in as a standard. Old websites were redesigned by web designers implementing this trend. A responsive website makes web pages viewable on different devices with different display resolutions. Especially mobile-friendly websites are inevitable for businesses these days. We design and develop responsive, mobile-friendly and SEO friendly websites for our clients. Our designers are experts in developing next-gen websites for businesses with intuitive design layout and interactive design elements.