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Moving Forward With HTTP/2

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Infographic designed by: Amberd Design Studio
Original Source: https://www.amberddesign.com/http2/

HTTP/2 provides the much-needed opportunity to improve the experience of your subscribers as it is the latest version of Hypertext Transport Protocol. Basically, it is how websites are delivered to your computer and the new version, HTTP/2 makes this even faster.

The difference between version 2 and 1.1 is that the new version uses multiplexing, the simultaneous command for various files such as music, pictures and documents. While version 1.1 uses a single connection, version 2 is faster and a preferred choice for faster and more secure websites.

Infographic designed by: Amberd Design Studio Original Source: https://www.amberddesign.com/http2/ HTTP/2 provides the much-needed opportunity to improve the experience of your subscribers as it is the latest version of Hypertext Transport Protocol. Basically, it is how websites are delivered to your computer and the new version, HTTP/2 makes this even faster. The difference between version 2 and 1.1 is that the new version uses multiplexing, the simultaneous command for various files such as music, pictures and documents. While version 1.1 uses a single connection, version 2 is faster and a preferred choice for faster and more secure websites.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 70%
Content/Script - 65%
Usability - 65%

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Final Grade

This infographic submission shares information on moving forward with HTTP/2. From an initial glance, it's fairly clear that infographic is about web browsing and how connections are made, thanks to the graphics in the upper and middle sections. After diving in, however, it becomes less apparent. If this infographic is to stand on its own, further exposition for context is necessary. A simple 2-3 sentence introduction helps frame what follows. Visually, the browser section lacks the custom look and feel that the 1.1 vs 2 section has. The requirements section could use simple iconography. It's important to remember that visual communication isn't simply replacing text with design elements, but pairing text with visuals so to efficiently communicate. Overall, we give this a D.

User Rating: 4.9 ( 2 votes)
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