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Web and Mobile TRENDS 2013

Web and Mobile TRENDS 2013

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The idea was to ask all the participants
more or less the same questions to get
a kind of “data map” which would help
us visualize “the future of the web”. To
this end, we had the invaluable help of
28 renowned experts in different areas of the industry. They are the ones who
have given this project its shape.
The idea was to ask all the participants
more or less the same questions to get
a kind of “data map” which would help
us visualize “the future of the web”. To
this end, we had the invaluable help of
28 renowned experts in different areas of the industry. They are the ones who
have given this project its shape.

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Interactive Development Director at Happy Cog

This year I hope to see
content still at the fore-
front.

Jenn pursued a Multimedia & Web

Design degree. She has worked on

numerous projects for top-tier clients

and was named one of Mashable’s 15

Developer/ Hacker Women to Follow

on Twitter, and you can fnd her on

Twitter posting development and cat-

related news.

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What trends do you see coming in the near future in web and mobile
design?

I just LOVE CSS Transitions, especially when applied to hovers. Adding the

right amount of fade or movement to a link, really adds a helpful amount of

interaction while keeping things classy and not going the way of Flash tweens.

CSS Filters are super neat! With lots of people pushing for designing in the

browser, this is one more step away from an image editor. Filters cut down on

image sprites and image production and let you adjust your images right in the

browser.

What do you think we’ll see in layout and UI design in 2013?

We’ve seen a lot of single column designs and single page websites this

year, allowing a content-frst approach. These patterns provided an ease into

responsive design and less pages to load/clicks to make. This year I hope to

see content still at the forefront, but pushing into more complicated designs

and layouts. Flexbox (CSS Flexible Box Layout Module) is sure to help in aiding

interesting layouts on desktop and mobile that aren’t dictated by source order.

“Filters cut down on image sprites and image production and
let you adjust your images right in the browser.

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