Social. Internet. Software_social 1. Webdesign. Software_social 3. Software_social 4. Web 2.0 Expo Word Map. Information Architects Japan » iA Notebook » Web Trend Map 2007. By Oliver Reichenstein We have done it before: the 200 most successful websites pinned down on the Tokyo Metro Map, ordered by category, proximity, success, popularity and perspective.
Now we have done it again — and better. Back by popular demand: here is iA’s next Web Trend Map: Download It! We figured that this would make a nice desktop background image as well. What’s New? First of all, the new Trend Map features many more websites than the previous one. More Consistency The different trend lines have been renamed, simplified and cleaned up. More Lines The original raster (Tokyo metro map) has been substantially modified to fit the needs of an Internet Trend Map. Less Japanese Jokes There are less insider jokes about the different stations and more consistency between the connections and the neighborhoods of the different sites.
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In: Columns > Web 2.0 Design: Bootstrapping the Social Web By Richard MacManus By Joshua Porter Published on May 4, 2005 The Web of documents has morphed into a Web of data. In Web 1.0, a small number of writers created Web pages for a large number of readers. Enter Web 2.0, a vision of the Web in which information is broken up into “microcontent” units that can be distributed over dozens of domains. These tools, the interfaces of Web 2.0, will become the frontier of design innovation. The evidence is already here with RSS aggregators, search engines, portals, APIs (application programming interfaces, which provide hooks to data) and Web services (where data can be accessed via XML-RPC, SOAP and other technologies).
Web 2.0 has often been described as “the Web as platform,” and if we think about the Web as a platform for interacting with content, we begin to see how it impacts design.
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