Content-centered Web design

“This page anticipates a style of Web design that I hope to see a lot of a few years from now, that I’ll call ‘content-centered Web design’. I’ve been work

“This page anticipates a style of Web design that I hope to see a lot of a few years from now, that I’ll call ‘content-centered Web design’. I’ve been working it out using James Joyce as the test topic. The defining goal of this style is to deliver the best possible response to search-engine queries on a given topic, taking into account the widest range of motives for those searches. So no matter what a person wants to know about a topic, if your page comes up in their search-results you want to give them the best possible answer, or guide them to where they can find it. The primary strategy for achieving this goal is to exhaustively and continuously scour the Web for available resources on the topic, and link them all.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE