In 10 years, what websites and applications will look like?

What features make websites like Google, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube exceptional? What makes their digital services popular? What specifically attracts users to visit the sites and use the applications of these giants?, a Flutter application developer, notes that different target audiences from all over the world are more likely to visit the site and sign up for the services of these companies because they offer useful, and constantly changing content. See more here 

The second thing that popular sites and applications have in common is how easy it is for site visitors and application users to interact with content and services. It occurs interactively, in a personalised manner, and as thoroughly as possible. In the latter case, we are talking about the fact that users receive the most reliable, relevant, and comprehensive information on one resource. Such information satisfies the user’s interest and, after the client sees it, he or she doesn’t need to look for more data on other resources.

But none of the above are criteria for the success of sites and applications of yesterday. The future is more exciting. 

How the user consumes information

There are several patterns of user’s behaviour in the environment of digital products. Under these models, designers develop interfaces, developers create business logic, content managers adapt content, and marketers promote digital products. These user behaviour patterns assume that the users are passive extras who only perceive information, like traffic on one-way roads. Except for likes, comments, and reviews, the users don’t take action other than to read or watch.’s years of app development experience suggests a new trend: users are drawn into content when they interact with it. Research shows that users learn more effectively when they apply their new knowledge in practice. Thus, the conclusion is that in addition to the fact that future sites will retain their previous attractive features – uniqueness, usefulness, and personalization – they will soon acquire one more feature: tools that involve users in content.

1. Simulators

Nobody cancelled the logic of user behaviour in applications, but for the project to be successful, this logic must be supplemented with one more element. We are discussing simulators that will be used on the site and in applications to simulate realistic situations. With the help of it, and information just received, users will be able to solve practical problems. Simulators will be especially implemented in educational platforms and the field of medicine – physiotherapy, and psychology. Already, the fields of entertainment and sports are using simulators for their different purposes, such as training or entertainment, or psychological relief between workouts.

2. Auxiliary and virtual reality

The first is when virtual objects are integrated into a real-life environment, remember the Pokémon Go game? The second is when a virtual environment is shown on the screens of devices or virtual reality glasses, for example, the surface of Mars, in which the user is completely immersed. Elements of such a virtual reality are completely synergistic, the user can interact with these elements quite realistically. In beauty salons, the latest technology has already been used in the gaming industry. 

3. Modelling

Imagine that tomorrow is New Year’s Day, and for this holiday you need a bone to go to a corporate meeting. Today, you need to order clothes from a tailor or buy them already made. In a few years, you will be able to independently model the elements of your holiday costume – from shirt and hairstyle to accessories – belt, watch, and headdress – on the virtual screen of your smartwatch, which will display on the wall. 

Having created a suit for yourself, and maybe for the whole company, so that everyone is dressed in the same style, you can then print clothes and accessories on a 3D printer. Just as easily, you can model and print furniture items, car accessories, and spare parts for a computerised greenhouse on your balcony right in your garage. In the future, you will not buy clothes or furniture. Instead, you will only buy special components that a 3D printer can use to print objects.

The Future Today

All successful websites and apps have things in common. These are:

  1. Clean lines (tiled design) interface.
  2. Intuitive interface.
  3. Access to a service or information in one maximum of three clicks. 
  4. Content is useful, relevant, and engaging. 

Our partner (a full-stack developer) is working on applications with elements of future technologies. For application development, they use technology such as Flutter, which is a sophisticated widget technology for professional environments. It is a tool library of the open-source development framework. The latter means that the developer has the freedom to customise any emphasised solutions for your application.

Flutter technologies allow users to engage in traditional methods as well as new ones, such as simulators and technology for modelling virtual and augmented reality. Our partner uses Flutter technologies to create applications that work on multiple platforms. Applications like these can be used by both small and large businesses. Google, the search engine, gives higher ratings to sites with mobile applications that offer the same services as the sites do. This is becoming a trend. 

An idea for a startup

Imagine what your application should be like if it were a person. Your application deals with money: it controls the user’s expenses and shows how much he earns and how much he spends. If the user’s predicted income exceeds the specified threshold, your application will automatically find a new job for the user, according to the specified criteria – profession, time and working conditions, and salary. Your application should be a friend and mentor who does not get in the way of enjoying life and who helps you resolve financial problems. If a user is lacking in education, your application offers him training courses with guaranteed employment if the user achieves a predetermined number of success points.


Listen, the future is already knocking at your door. The future of devices will strive for miniaturisation, multifunctionality, and maximum personalization. Flutter allows you to create cross-platform and native applications that use both the traditional experience of the most successful digital products and the latest customer engagement technologies. is a developer that can help build tomorrow’s app.