Diversity: How it applies to Wed Design

According to merriam-webster Diversity is:

1 : the condition of being diverse : variety; especially : the inclusion of diverse people (as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization <programs intended to promote diversity in schools>
2 : an instance of being diverse <a diversity of opinion>

With the Internet, it shows us everyday through the uses of websites how diverse we really are.  From what we choose to look up and search for, to the most popular sites that are being visited, to the type of music you listen too, and even the chance to have a website take your information to find you “Love” online.  It is amazing what we can do with the internet.   Diversity comes from the root word of Diverse, meaning 1 : differing from one another : unlike <people with diverse interests>.   In web design and programing it shows more then anything, how diversity is and can be a great thing.  With us, consumers, we look at sites that appeal to us, either visually or the ease of using the site.  If we were all the same, then there would be no reason to shop from anyone else, search for anything that might be more to our liking.

With each designer, you will see the different ways that they design, from the ordinary to the extrordinary and excentric.  Then you see the programers, and you see how one will use just a basic navigation system and another will use a full interactive and dynamic navigation system that works magic within a site that makes people want to come back.

To be different can make you extraordinary, to be normal and alike, makes you just like anyone else and overlooked as this world goes by.

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