Vi­sions of the fu­ture #2

We asked read­ers: how do you think your job will change over the next 10 years?

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Paul McKay @McKay_1988

I see it mov­ing fur­ther away from a set en­vi­ron­ment (2D) and lean­ing more to­wards a chang­ing land­scape (3D). Bar­ri­ers will still be pushed but ac­ces­si­bil­ity will play a larger role along­side con­tent [be­ing] seen based on their brows­ing pat­terns. As a re­sult, in­for­ma­tion will be de­liv­ered dif­fer­ently and more promptly.

An­thony Casey @an­tho­ny_­casey

Do web de­sign­ers even ex­ist to­day? I can only see fur­ther spe­cial­i­sa­tion and role sep­a­ra­tion as the medium ma­tures. More and more of us will just call our­selves ‘de­sign­ers’. I’ve tended to avoid the web part for a few years (though it’s the only op­tion some­times). There will be more and more facets, con­texts and de­vices that need to be catered for, rather than a sin­gle flat ‘web’. There al­ready is. Hav­ing said that… ev­ery­thing is cir­cu­lar. The tech and tools will change. The chal­lenges (and clients) will be very fa­mil­iar.

Sergei Gol­ubev @sgol­ubev

Hope­fully not drowned in 'ho­mo­ge­neous soup' of Boot­strap con­trols and Word­Press tem­plates.

Marco Po­letto, @po­let­toweb

Ab­strac­tion, ab­strac­tion, ab­strac­tion. We will be 'gen­tly' in­vited to write ab­stracted code, giv­ing the client the pos­si­bil­ity to do ev­ery­thing with the same code and a mi­nor cost.

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