In 1997, Charles Hinshaw and John Williamson released a
forecast outlining key trends that would shape interactive
design over the following year. Designed as a tool to provide
a competitive edge for their clients, the forecast harbingered
the emergence of rich-media experiences through the proliferation
of available high-speed internet access and established
Macromedia's recently acquired product, “Flash,”
as the hot interactive technology to watch at a time when
most serious developers were pushing Java applets for interactive
Seven years later, as head of direction and repertoire for
[r]evolve's US office, Charles Hinshaw is again issuing
forecasts to prepare [r]evolve's clients for the future.
Starting soon as a bi-monthly email-based newsletter entitled
trounce, these forecasts will, for the
first time, be made publicly available.
Please check back for
more information about trounce.