Website designs have evolved. In the mid-2000s navigation bars were at the top or along the side, scrolling was unpopular so content was short, flash was popular, and for the first time, website owners were editing their own content. From 2010-2015, technology was the driving factor as websites went mobile and more sites included videos and info graphics. Todays websites are more streamlined, include more graphics and icons, and are more nimble.
What's next for website design? Does your website measure up? What about your client's website design and content? Join Adam Hostetter, the design & development lead at American Technology Services (ATS), for this program on the latest website designs and development trends.
Hostetter is responsible for the oversight of a team that deals with the design and development of website, mobile, and web application projects and support. He is a content contributor for various publications and has presented at many leading industry events.
Founded in 1994, ATS provides IT and web design and development services to organizations of all sizes--from small and mid-sized associations and nonprofits to financial institutions, and from government contractors and professional services firms to large corporations. ATS is headquartered in Fairfax, with offices in Baltimore, Bethesda and Chicago.
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