Websites that changed the web

Updated: Dec 11, 2011 02:12 IST

THE BLUE DOT – 1995Agency: Razorfish. Designed and curated by: Craig Kanarick. Built in: HTML 2.0, Director 5 (Shockwave), Real Audio Digital agency Razorfish entered into internet history by creating the first animated website. The website utilized the server-push GIF-animation capabilities of Netscape Navigator 1.1 and featured a bouncing blue dot. “Razorfish founders Jeffrey Dachis and Craig Kanarick followed this milestone with one of the first online art galleries, The Blue Dot,” a site that is now in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. (AFP)
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THE BLUE DOT – 1995Agency: Razorfish. Designed and curated by: Craig Kanarick. Built in: HTML 2.0, Director 5 (Shockwave), Real Audio Digital agency Razorfish entered into internet history by creating the first animated website. The website utilized the server-push GIF-animation capabilities of Netscape Navigator 1.1 and featured a bouncing blue dot. “Razorfish founders Jeffrey Dachis and Craig Kanarick followed this milestone with one of the first online art galleries, The Blue Dot,” a site that is now in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. (AFP)

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