It sounds a bit cliché, but prior to starting to design websites, consider the image you want to portray. What does your business do? What is its mission? A successful design is going to answer those questions through the “feel and look”. If shoppers see a coherent, defined site, it screams clarity, unity and professionalism. Let’s look at one trending new idea in websites which your web designer might find really interesting:
Displays which may be folded and then rolled up have been exhibited in prototype wearable, smartphones, and additional devices – however, when will these types of products become available for sale?
Advances in technology imply that they are not too far off within the future. These types of devices might begin to show up as early as 2017 or 2018, according to senior principal analyst for emerging display technologies and OLED at HIS, Jerry Kang.
Manufacturers are attempting to launch them inside devices such as tablets which are able to fold into smartphone-sized devices. It is possible to use the displays within wearable devices, yet weight, reliability, and battery life must be taken into consideration, according to Kang.
Compact folding screens likely will arrive before bigger ones, mostly because of the economics of manufacturing these types of displays, Kang stated.
This year, at CES, LG displayed an amazingly thin paper-like display which had the ability to roll up. The company has projections that it is going to generate foldable OLEDs by 2017.