Unveiling the Future of Web Design!

Unveiling the Future of Web Design!

Introduction: Welcome back, digital explorers! Grant Garrison here, hosting “Open Talk” from my private studio nestled at the foot of the majestic Rocky Mountains in beautiful Colorado Springs. Today, we’re delving deep into the swirling vortex of web design trends, technology, and the promising future that awaits us in the digital realm.

Current Web Design Trends: In the ever-evolving world of web design, we’re witnessing a seismic shift. Picture this – 3D design has taken center stage, transforming websites into immersive experiences that go beyond the flat confines of the screen. Your grandma’s knitting blog? Well, it’s time to add a splash of color and dimension.

Dark mode, once the secret love affair of night owls, is now the town’s favorite. It’s not just a style choice; it’s a lifestyle. From social media apps to your favorite cooking blog, everything looks sleeker and more sophisticated in shades of twilight.

The Tech Frontier: Now, let’s talk tech. AI-powered design assistants have emerged as the unsung heroes of the creative world. They’re your virtual sidekicks, suggesting color palettes and ensuring your website is always dressed to impress.

Collaboration has never been this seamless. Cloud-based design tools are the glue that binds global design teams, creating a virtual studio where ideas flow freely, unburdened by geographical constraints.

The Future Unveiled: Fasten your seatbelts for the future – virtual reality websites. It’s not science fiction; it’s the next frontier. Step into a website and explore it in three dimensions. It’s not just a website; it’s an entire digital universe waiting to be discovered.

Ultra-personalization is the name of the game. Your website knows you better than your favorite barista knows your coffee order. With algorithms that could rival matchmaking services, websites are tailoring content to your preferences.

AR and 3D – The Game Changers: Now, let’s talk about the game-changers – Augmented Reality (AR) and 3D. AR is revolutionizing the way we interact with the digital world. Imagine overlaying digital information onto the physical world around you. It’s not just a trend; it’s a revolution in user experience.

The significance of 3D cannot be overstated. It’s not just about aesthetics; it’s about creating a dynamic and engaging user experience. From product displays to interactive storytelling, 3D is breathing new life into the digital landscape.

Conclusion: In the sprawling vistas of web design trends, the possibilities are as endless as the Colorado sky. Stay curious, stay creative, and keep riding those digital waves. Until next time, this is Grant Garrison signing off from the heart of the Rockies.

Keep exploring, keep designing, and embrace the digital future!

A Word About Our Sponsors

A Word About Our Sponsors

A Word About Our Sponsors

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Metatopia Multiverse

Metatopia Multiverse

Episode I

So this is just the beginning folks, I’m still working the bugs out and soon we’ll be adding more content and more sponsors and a lot more fun, entertianing and interesting post we know you’ll love. ….And when I say “We” I mean that, as I am adding to the team like Buckaroo Banzai. Soon you’re going to be enjoying a whole cast of regular characters, mostly new faces and voices and some from waaaaaay back in the history of Open Talk.

So please excuse the dust, as we clear the rust, and get ready for more very soon!

I had a great conversation with Gibson Elliot about the origins of an earlier project if his called the “Metatopia Multiverse”.

We hope you checked out our conversation here in the video above and we’ll be adding more updates in future posts!

Thank you and see you soon!

 

Episode I "Metatopia Multiverse"

by Grant Garrison | Open Talk Season 1

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What Happened to the old Open Talk?

What Happened to the old Open Talk?

So…. What happened to Open Talk? Well…. in short… MICROSOFT. They bought Skype and then promptly shut down one of our favorite features the software offered called “Skypecasting”.

Skypecasts are crap: Why Skype needs to rethink their strategy – ICT for  Peacebuilding (#ICT4Peace)

Skypecasting was great! It was easy to setup up, easy to use, and allowed people to connect with a global audience in mere minutes. 

We did try out a variety of different platforms and software, but before 

too long I realized that I needed to take a break. I needed to reproach my show entirely, with a focus on improving my skills a host and as a blogger. To be honest I was never much of a “blogger” to begin with. I never scripted anything and ran the show from the seat of my pants. I would frequently book guests ahead of time, but put almost zero time into planning out my questions and interviews. This lead to some VERY awkward moments and some very embarrassing dialogue on my part.  ….it also didn’t help that my guest and I would start drinking at the beginning of the show and by half an hour to an hour in we’d be so tanked that the shows became untenable and certainly unlistenable. It’s shocking to me that we lasted as long as we did, and actually had thousands of listeners tuning in. Our numbers grew immediately in the beginning, but plateaued after the first six months.

Then we dragged it our for another year or so and things just declined even further. The shows became 

unlistenable as your host would become increasingly intoxicated while being distracted and involved in all sorts of debauchery and unsavory behavior. It was a lot of fun for those in the studio but for the listener 

it was a dumpster fire… a train wreck… an embarrassment.

THIS TIME around, we’re taking a newer and better path. I’m writing things out. Planning the interviews, and making sure that our shows stay on topic and on course. We’ve got some great subjects, brilliant guests, beautiful music, and some stimulating conversations and more in store for you each week, and sometimes more often.

Thank you for joining us and Welcome back to Open Talk!

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