Website Design Styles: Part Seven - Web 2.0

web 2.0 style

"A lot of songs have been written about love, I'll sing you another one..." or one more time about Web 2.0. The Web 2.0 style appeared in 2004, and Web 2.0 is not only a style in web design, this term characterizes an integrated approach to the creation, structure and operation of an Internet resource as a whole. There are a great many articles about this style and finding information on the net is not difficult. Therefore, I will not describe this style in detail, but simply briefly list its features and give examples of sites. I want to note that there is little pure manifestation of this style in website design, after all, 7 years have passed!

In 2007, they started talking about web 3.0, but again, not as a style in web design, but a change in the principles of presenting information. In general, in my opinion, attempts to name the stage of development of the network with a certain unambiguous term are a meaningless thing. So, the components of the Web 2.0 style:
  • rounded corners and rounded shapes;
  • objects with shadow;
  • gentle gradient;
  • large sans-serif fonts;
  • basement (footer);
  • lacquered or glass interface elements.
We look at a few examples of sites and note for ourselves that the pure web 2.0 style is no longer worth using if you want to create a stylish and modern site design. It is best to use individual elements of this style in combination with other trends in website design. It is important to remember that website development is no longer just a beautiful gradient, but first of all, usability, the interface of your website must adapt to the growing number of mobile devices, a variety of monitor sizes, etc. vimeo web 2.0 fluid theme demo web 2.0 Kyan web 2.0 style blink sale web 2.0 Inkd website in web 2.0 style This article ends a series of articles on more or less clear web design styles. In the next article, I will give examples of all the above site styles with brief analyzes of the graphic techniques used in them. I hope my articles have helped you understand a little about website styles and expand your knowledge. Finally, I want to say that you can combine styles at your discretion, you can draw inspiration from anywhere. Fashion, architecture, natural landscapes, music, all this will help you create interesting, beautiful sites and convenient sites.

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