The Future of Web Design is Hidden in the History of Architecture
Mike Sall

This is brilliantly conceived, and the overview of the evolution of styles illustrated by juxtaposing website screenshots with photographs of buildings is convincing. I would like to mention an important factor that’s overlooked, however: architectural styles like Baroque or Neoclassical didn’t just progress as a sequence of tastes but sprung forth from the cultural environment at certain points in history. This is why they have parallels in other art forms like music and painting, and why these structures were constructed using different workmanship by different types of societies. A more rigorous comparison would show how web design patterns evolved from cultural factors like the devices that rendered the sites, business requirements, and styles of working. This article is intriguing and thought-provoking; thanks for the great read.

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