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New design possibilities open with 3D web design

on Thursday,March 03,2011 21:03

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With accessibility to the internet growing by leaps and bounds through wireless connections and mobile technology, web design has become a very popular field. National web design DreamCo Design has recently taken another step forward with an innovative use of HTML that allows for the latest in 3D websites.

This could add an entirely new feature to any website utilizing the code. The company expects that the trend will catch on very fast.

"One of the major drawbacks internet based companies face as compared to their in-person competitors is making the product tangible," Jay Correia, CEO of DreamCo, said in a statement. "The added depth and dimension this technology can bring to products certainly has shortened the gap like never before."

The technology, S3D, requires high computing and graphics capabilities from a PC, as well as 3D glasses. Correia added that companies could interact with users on a whole new level, because their products and services could be outlined in a new dimension.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that those who have obtained degrees for web design may have the best opportunities in the field of graphic design. The skill to design interactive media will continue to be in demand, so anyone with this experience is sure to benefit.

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