The term “websites” has been around for over 20 years.
It’s the industry term for websites and online applications that operate on the internet.
However, the word is a misnomer, says Web Designer Mike L. Darnell, who founded the company Web Design.
“The internet is a giant ecosystem, and it’s not a ‘website,'” he explains.
“It’s an ecosystem.
A website is a way for you to interact with the web, but it’s an app that’s built on top of that.
It makes sense that the internet is where it’s all built, so we use the word ‘website.’
It’s just a way to say it in the context of our products.”
Darnell says there are a few reasons why the term has been used in the wrong way in the past.
For one thing, it’s a misdirection.
“We don’t really care about the ‘we’ part, we just want to be able to talk about the web,” he explains, referring to the “we” part of the web.
“When we say a website is ‘we,’ we mean it in that sense, but we don’t care about what it looks like.
The only thing that matters is the user experience.
Dangerous precedent for “we’ve been here before”When I asked Darnells why people use the term, he says he was inspired by a recent case of an app developer who was caught in a controversy over the term “Websites.”
After a user complained that the app was misleading, the developer was told to change the term to “Web Design.”
The developer, in turn, was banned from Twitter.
“That was just a perfect example of how misnaming the internet can lead to,” Darnills explains.
A few weeks later, a user asked if he had any tips on how to use the new term.
Davenell was quick to point out that people aren’t trying to be “weird” or anything like that.
He says it’s more important for people to be aware of what they’re using the term for.
“They want to have a safe word, but not a misleading word,” he says.
Durnell says the term is a great example of why people should keep their terminology to a minimum, and use the terms they choose.
“There’s no point trying to make something cool and catchy that will confuse people,” he suggests.
“People are not going to fall for it.”