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Interactive Timeline: History of The Internet and Web Design

We are living in an era where most of us use the Internet to facilitate almost all aspect of modern life.

Websites with eye-catching web designs provide valuable information, from business, government, healthcare, etc. But, have you ever thought how the Internet and web design, as we know it today, begun?

Red-Fern has created an interactive timeline to show readers how the Internet and web design trends have changed through the years. Let’s look back and discover the factors that played behind the transformation of the Internet and web designs.
(Use the arrows on the right and left to navigate through time!)

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