Small businesses benefit the most from websites because they can generate awareness and build trust to their visitors without spending a fortune. For example, a dentist can explain the advantages of dental implants in the homepage so that potential patients will understand the process and decide whether it suits them best. The way that a website is designed can also influence visitors to make a decision.
In the 2000’s creative web design that dominated the web was created using Flash. However, in 2010 all that changed and Flash was wiped out in one swoop. In 2010, Google Creative Labs launched “The Wilderness Downtown” which is an interactive short film that utilized Google’s Chrome Browser, Google Maps and HTML5. This became the defining moment for the future of website design.
Google Chrome browser became the browser of choice for creative and cutting-edge websites. The Chrome Web Lab became an example of a digital future. It allows user to visit a Science Museum in London in real time through the browser.
By 2012, the landscape of web design further changed because brands assumed that they no longer required websites because they can reach their target audience through social media platforms. Facebook Pages has the ability to tap into its more than 1 billion active users, an incredible number during that time.
However, by 2014, Mozilla’s WebGL was established as a cutting-edge solution for visual prowess on desktops. With the release of iOS8, the public could finally be reached through mobile browsers. 2014 showed a glimpse of virtual reality on the web through WebVR via Oculus Rift. Meanwhile, Google also released its on DIY VR headset, the Google Cardboard.
While VR started to become interesting, Retina HD Displays on the IPhone 6 and 6+ was introduced to the world. More creativity started to happen outside the browser window with interactive work being taken to the real world with real time interaction.
When a person loses some of the teeth, it is very likely that he won’t be able to eat his favourite foods anymore. However with dental implants, a patient will regain his normal eating functions. A dental implant will be used to replace the missing root without impacting on the surrounding healthy teeth.