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My first heuristic exclamation was "Window to the world!"

Dániel Erdély, web developer, inventor
Interview by Szilvia Seres >>> (Only in Hungarian)

Ferenc Gróf, Co Pi, 1999, video, 3'25 >>>

1992 – CERN officially announces the World Wide Web, which is the multimedia portion of the Internet. WWW documents can be forwarded by a new, HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP), and the new format is called HyperText Markup Language (HTML).

1993 – NCSA (National Center for Supercomputer Applications) announces Mosaic, a graphic web browser and navigation programme developed by Marc Andreessen. >>>

When the web appeared in 1993, it turned out that you didn't need big computers. All you needed was a word processor and to know what you wanted to do.
Zoltán Szegedy-Maszák
Interview by Szilvia Seres >>> (Only in Hungarian)

The MOSAIC web browser, which became available in 1993, already allowed to organise text, images, sounds and short animations on a single page. The first artists to use the Internet as a creative tool, notably the international movement reacted to this. Since 1996, the toolbox of HTML editing interfaces and image editors has been extended to include JAVA, Flash and dynamic HTML. (...) Web editing and design reached its peak of creativity around 1996, replaced by the template-like page layouts of portals, blogs and portfolio sites that appeared in the 2000s, giving way to Web 2.0, or what Lialina calls the "vernacular" web.
Flóra Barkóczi
Flóra Barkóczi, Artpool's Website as an Integral Project, 2020 >>> (Only in Hungarian)

István Jófejű, Vertical / Horizontal, 2004, video, 3'24 >>>

Web design history timeline >>>