The influence that these different art movements have had on my discipline is very important. The creation of the Dada Movement, the Surrealist Movement are very vital to the principles that help create my discipline or field of study. The idea that Dada literally stood for nothing and that Surrealism was born from the concepts of dreams is very inspiring. As a web developer, new languages are constantly being created and there only continue to be more advancements with technology. The difference between the principles that created these art movements, and the future of the internet are very similar, and when you start looking at the similarities and differences it is first important to understand the history, and the birth of the different movements, and significant changes with technology in recent years. To begin, I want to focus on the main Artist of each movement, with Dada it is important to talk about Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali was an important figure in the Surrealist movement. The aesthetic qualities that really stand out the most with the Dada movement, weren’t based around aesthetics at all but on the meaning of the artwork itself, the mockery of material and the attitudes, were the powerful influence that helped to bring purpose to the movement. Dada artist included chance into their work rather than planning. The members of the movement were opposed to norms and whatever the current culture favored. Duchamp was the first artist to incorporate readymades into the Art gallery, readymades were everyday objects that requires very little manipulation by Duchamp. In 1917 Duchamp submitted Fountain, and completely changed that perception of what is considered art. When Duchamp presented the readymade piece he used a fake name and submitted the piece using anonymity. Philosopher Stephen Hicks stated ” The artist is a not great creator- Duchamp went shopping at a plumbing store. The artwork is not a special object – it was mass-produced in a factory. The experience of art is not exciting and ennoling – at best it is puzzling and mostly leaves one with a sense of distaste. But over and above that, Duchamp did not select just any ready-made object to display. In selecting the urinal, his message was clear: Art is something you piss on.” With any subject matter, especially the internet included there can be many issues that arise, Dada helps to identify that you can change perception by isolating the problems that give the subject prestige. This helps in my field of study in remembering not to take any current trend too literal, it is important to analysis it, and change the overall perception. Surrealism was founded by poet Andre Brenton in 1924, Brenton wrote the manifesto, “So strong is the belief in life, in what is most fragile in life – real life, I mean – that in the end this belief is lost. Man, that inverate dream, daily more discontent with his destiny, has trouble accessing the objects he has been led to use, objects that his nonchalance has brought his way, or that he has earned through his own efforts…” I believe this statement to be true amongst all work, we put such beliefs into things because that is the norm. Standards in web design, are the first thoughts that come to mind, we are so dispositioned to settings and usability with devices that we rarely require an owners manual to properly operate anything anymore. In web development, the idea of User experience is an entirely different career, and requires a much more specific definition to determine how to maximize the best results. The first requirement for an exemplary user experience is to meet the exact needs of the customer, without fuss or bother. Next comes simplicity and elegance that produce products that are a joy to own, a joy to use. True user experience goes far beyond giving customers what they say they want, or providing checklist features. In order to achieve high-quality user experience in a company’s offerings there must be a seamless merging of the services of multiple disciplines, including engineering, marketing, graphical and industrial design, and interface design.There many ideas that are still being used today, chance elements, performance art, and randomization. The focus on dreams, and the use of fantastic imagery has proven to be something that isn’t a trend that is going to fade out anytime soon. The internet, just like surrealism has broken free of its reason and is now a product of imagination. The possibilities are almost endless with the resources the internet provides, the anonymity, the ability to connect instantly. We are able to accomplish tasks in only a matter of seconds that used to take weeks, or weren’t even imaginable.