We all know the internet is a fast-paced environment. Things are constantly evolving and changing with trends coming and going as technology pushes forward the boundaries of what’s possible.
A quick glance around the interwebs now and you’ll see most business or corporate websites are based on static information. Functionally, they aren’t much more complex than a brochure – Who they are, what they do, why people should buy their product or use their services and how to get in contact with them.
But this will change.
The next generation was born into a world with internet. In the same way that we may find it difficult to imaging life without TV or radio, these gen y’s will find it odd to think of life without the internet.
Using a website is swiftly becoming more about dynamic presentation of personalised information and functional convenience than purely static information and multi-national corps and small local businesses alike are going to have to convert this new philosophy.
In the same way that GPS navigation will eventually replace printed maps, much of what is done on paper or over the phone today will be replaced by internet based functions and programs.
The web right now is still very much in it’s infancy and we’re going to see some exciting and drastic changes to the way we use it in the coming years.« Back