2019 is upon us, and with it comes a host of new internet trends to look out for. It's no secret that the internet changes everyday, and staying on top of these changes can be key to helping your business beat out the competition this year.
As an internet service company, we don't just pride ourselves on providing blazing fast, reliable internet speeds for our customers-- we also make it a point to show them how to make good use of it.
Buckle up. This year's innovation predictions might just blow your mind.
A.I. will be better than ever: Remember when artificial intelligence was still relatively... new? Yeah, we don't either. Ever since Siri, it seems A.I. has been a part of our collective conscience. This year, it's poised to become even more refined, with platforms opting to spend more time and effort on detailing the user experience. That's right. A.I. is about to get a lot more personal.
Augmented reality will become more of a "thing": Last year and in years prior, augmented reality made a few appearances here and there-- be it via an app like PokemonGo or Samsung's virtual reality headsets. This year, big time web app developers are including augmented reality features in just about every concept they produce. Before long, we'll be able to browse grocery store shelves for a single item or a new recipe-- all by looking through our phones.
Accessibility will be standard: There are a few platforms out there that have been offering some accessibility options for users that need certain features for a little while, but this year we can expect that practice to become more commonplace. As web designers and interface developers become more and more aligned with creating personalized experiences for everyone, we'll start to see a much bigger push for design that's as accessible as it is intuitive.
Whatever your industry, internet is undoubtedly a big part of it. When you need internet service that's as fast as it is reliable, turn to Spectrumlink for innovative solutions that will help you take your business to the next level.