If you started using the Internet at the turn of the millennium, chances are you learned to surf using a dial-up connection, a white computer, and good old tube monitors.
Meme with Claudia Ria in the soap opera ‘Torre de Babel’, 1998 – Photo: Reproduction / Internet
Since then, things have changed a lot, but something remains the same: Brazilians are informed through habit. globo.com. The largest homepage in the country was created in 2000 and evolved along with the Internet.
Pages, which brings together the most important things going on in the world, received a revamped version this Friday, 8/13, with updated visual language, more fluid and interactive navigation, new content formats, and new features.
The new version of the Globo.com home page — Photo: Fabio Rocha/Globo
“What we are doing now is more than just relaunching the product, it is also the beginning of a new era in which Globo’s digital showcase will be in rapid motion”, says Thaisa Coelho, Head of Product.
And do you remember what it looks like globo.com in the last decades? So get ready for a dose of nostalgia and step into this time machine.
back to the past! – Photo: reproduction / Internet
Dollars at $1.82 and Chat to Make Friends Online! That was root internet!
Home of Globo.com in May 2000 — Photo: Archive.org
With a different layout, the house brought news about the premiere of the soap opera “hey clone“Osama bin Laden and the 2002 World Cup Qualifier!
Home of Globo.com in October 2001 — Photo: Archive.org
The home of Globo.com in April 2004 — Photo: Archive.org
Another layout of the house shows Brazil’s debut in the German Cup. One thing hasn’t changed: We’re still in favor of Hex today!
Home of Globo.com in June 2006 — Photo: Archive.org
Talking about the Hexa, Flamengo won its title in the Brazilian Championship.”in the time of the emperor“Adriano.
Globo.com’s home in December 2009 — Photo: Archive.org
Home of Globo.com in July 2012 — Photo: Archive.org
This was the previous version of the home page, the day the WHO declared the new pandemic status. coronavirus. It seems like a long time ago, doesn’t it?
Home of Globo.com in March 2020 — Photo: Archive.org
And finally we come to the latest version, with new graphics, images with rounded corners and better navigability.
Globo.com Home — Photo: Globo
What’s up? Have you ever browsed all these versions?