Author: Sam Quayle
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As Web designers, we face a daily struggle to keep pace with advances in technology, new standards and new user expectations. We spend a large part of our working life dipping in and out of recent developments in an attempt to stay both relevant and competitive, and while this is what makes our industry so exciting to be a part of, it often becomes all too easy to get caught up in the finer details.
Responsive Web design, improved semantics and Web typography have all seen their fair share of the limelight over the last year, but two trends in particular mark true milestones in the maturation of the Web: “real-time data” and a more “personalized Web.”Read more...