Posts Tagged ‘ World Wide Web ’

Web development > boosts creativity

In any creative project or assignment, research is the key to success.

Take for example a graphic design. You’ve got your brief and story boards. Next stop is to make the decision of what platform to use software/hardware ect…

Before you can even begin to design the graphic research needs to be made.

And without the web this would be virtually impossible. A simple Google search of Graphic Design Ideas or Tips would bring up millions of peoples opinions and previous experience. This is a truly fantastic feature of the web, and really needs to be praised by its idealism.

In the previous television program produced by the BBC, Sir Stephen Fry was interviewed about his view on Sir Tim Bernerd-Lee (creator/inventor of the internet) and he said “Sir Time Berners-Lee should be daily thanked by everybody that gets any pleasure or profit out of the world wide web, for that supreme act of generosity, selflessness and idealism”

Completely Agree!