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Analysis on Yugo Nakamura- Top webmaster The Internet is quickly becoming the fastest medium of communications with over 60 million users World Wide Web The problem presented in todays Internet is how to maintain the audiences attention long enough for them to receive our message According to Yugo Nakamura we will solve this problem by designing page with interactivity in mind He intended to focus his interest on environment interaction This perception of environment interaction innovated him to create a website using interactive response in communication One good example of his pieces in his archive directory Nervous Matrix 02 Beta was fully interactive with animated foreground As the mouse moved over the target area of spheres it shows that a mass area of spheres is following the cursor It captures the audience attention Upon clicking on it the spheres changes to numeric which continues to animate despite the mouse is roll out of target area I think is his aim of interactivity with audience is very successful Audience will be entertained if they visit a highly interactive corporate company website They get feedback each time they rollover or click on a link Good visual design plays an important role so does animation and sound on WebPages I would like to share a link on high interactive profile website httpwwwneostreamcom His design strategies are to uncover and emphasize on web communication Despite he has not fully achieved what he wants to be there is still a wealth of unexplored avenues and possibilities References Neostream 2006 Retrieved 10 February 2006from httpwwwneostreamcom Yugo Nakamura 2004 Yugocom Retrieved January 19 2005 from httpwwwyugopcom
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