The Rises and Falls of Web Design: Infographics

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Infographics were very popular and they are now. A surprise? Not at all, because infographics are the awesome way of showing complex data, simply and nice, so we decided to present you a list of Infographics of the past 2011.

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Infographics were very popular and they are now. A surprise? Not at all, because infographics are the awesome way of showing complex data, simply and nice.

A lot of time has passed since we published the article about Infographics.
It’s time to change things, so we decided to present you a list of Infographics of the past 2011.

Hang on!


1. The Designer’s Toolkit

DECEMBER 28, 2011

Every designer has his / her tools, devices (or whatever you like to call them) which help greatly in their work. So, have a look at this extremely informative infographic which shows the app rate of 180 professionals.

Thanks to Lindsey Savino for this great work.


2. The WordPress Journey

AUGUST 23, 2011

WordPress has raised its potential greatly through the years up to nowadays, when the entire web development industry is hardly imaginable without it.
So, here is infographic revealing the whole history.


3. If Web Browsers Were Celebrities

AUGUST 22, 2011

This infographic is not an educational one, it was created just for fun. Imagine for a moment: what if web browsers were celebrities?

Thanks to walyou.com for this great work.


4. Evolution of Web Design

AUGUST 10, 2011

This one is for those who is interested in history.
We have to be aware of origins, and web design origins are not an exception.
So, do you know how it was coded?


5. True Hollywood Story: Bipeds and the World Wide Web

NOVEMBER 12, 2011

Everything changes: the world and people. The Internet is certainly not an exception. We adapted to it, changed it and now everything is there no matter what your needs are: money making, entertainment, communication or whatever you can imaging.
This infographic shows how the world of Internet has been changing from starting from 1996 and finishing with 2011.

Thanks to DELANO TAYLOR for this great work.


Conclusion

This list of 5 awesome infographics is generally related to history of web / web design, and what was its own way from 1996 (and even earlier) to nowadays.

I hope this article gives you the whole picture of what we’re dealing with. Feel free to share it with your friends, mom / dad and even your dog (which definitely has a Facebook account according to the Internet stories).

And of course let me know what you think about this article, the topic and me personally (but no rocks throwing - I hate it when that happens!).


Just some facts to tweet:

1. Did you know? 75% designers use Evernote.
2. Did you know? Photoshop's original name was ImagePro in 1988
3. Did you know? 52% designers use Google docs and (it’s inevitable) Gmail.
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Infographic: The WordPress Journey

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How it was coded

WordPress has raised its potential greatly through the years up to nowadays, when the entire web development industry is hardly imaginable without it.

Sounds incredible, but a bare blog tool evolutionary transformed into highly functional CMS with millions of websites produced for the platform. Reviving recognizable stages of the WordPress evolutionary process, the fact that to create websites in WordPress with only childish enthusiasm needed is admirable.

The WordPress Journey

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Facts to Tweet:

First official WordPress release made in 2003.
Significantly improved WP Mingus version now consists plugin system in 2004.
Most popular Kubrick theme produced in 2005 to be downloaded 4,070,464 times later on.
53 million websites created with in WordPress CMS.

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Evolution of Web Design

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The rising of the contemporary web development would have set a different pace if automated tools had been invented a little later.

Although Adobe Photoshop has remained paramount environment for web design, now plugin-generated website code is a long, upward trend. Commonly used early image slicing, manual coding, HTML table-based layout techniques now have become obsolete.

So, how was it coded? Review the infographics below providing three ways of evolution: Graphics, Coding and Development.

HOW IT WAS CODED

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Facts to Tweet:

First website was published in 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee.
CHSS (CSS) language proposed by Håkon Wium Lie in 1994.
WordPress blog template system launched as a single bit of code in 2001.
Photoshop CS released in 2003. Now featured with Scripting support for JavaScript to create website in Photoshop.
Divine Elemente free version appeared first in 2009. A long way ahead.

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Resource Links:

http://sixrevisions.com/resources/the-history-of-the-internet-in-a-nutshell/

http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-CS5-tutorials/for-the-web/65718-2.html

http://photoshopnews.com/feature-stories/photoshop-profile-thomas-john-knoll-10/

http://php.net/manual/en/history.php.php

http://www.technologyreview.com/printer_friendly_article.aspx?id=25838

http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001016.htm

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