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Design an Impressive Website for Your New Business

In today’s competitive world, it can be a challenging task to maintain your businesses. Technology is increasing at a fast pace and it is important to remain in sync with it to attract your potential customers therefore new or small businesses are required to have a website to target their online audience. Diverting traffic to your business website is a slow process that requires patience to gain success. When it comes to website designing process, there are certain factors that … Continue Reading…

Web Designing Trends 2015

Best Web Designing Trends to Watch Out In 2015

We are in end of 2014; web designing trends are changing day by day each and every year. We have to prepare ourselves for the following year. Some of the spectacular trends that emerged in 2014 are: code free designing platforms, Parallax effects, single page layouts and many more. The range of devices are continues to growing, and designers must adopt their design strategy to meet these dynamic changes that occurring in website designing industry. Here the list of some … Continue Reading…

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10 Most Useful Web Design Tools for Beginners

Skills mean a lot, but they don’t mean a thing, if there are no tools to support them. It is essential for a web designer to find software that suits him best at a certain point of his development. These are the top 10 web design tools that every beginner finds useful: COLOR WIZARD :: Web Design Tools #01 Life is not black and white and as a web designer you know it pretty damn well. It is essential for … Continue Reading…

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B.Blog – Brand New HTML Web Template Released by Theem’on

Gone are those days, when it was required to have technical proficiency for building a variety of websites. In the current cut-throat digital world, nothing is impossible for anyone. A special news for all, who want to build different types of websites in accordance with the complex needs, but they are unable due to lack of technical knowledge. theem’on has released a new HTML website template called B.Blog, which keeps an ample of powerful features to make the entire task … Continue Reading…

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4 Designing Tips to Feed off Mobile User Behaviors

In the digital age, mobility is indispensable; the mobile devices offer access to almost everything including our business and social lives on demand. Smart devices continue to revolutionize the day-to-day activities and the way people accomplish them. It has become a central part of everyday life for the majority of people. There are myriads of applications that cater the needs of several domains including education, entertainment, media, businesses, etc. Hence, by observing the significance of mobile apps and there rising … Continue Reading…

Responsive Design Mistakes

5 Most Common Responsive Design Mistakes

The most common ways we access websites have radically changed over the last few years – Mobify reports (1) that today, as many as eight screen sizes account for 77% of web usage. Be it laptops, netbooks, smartphones, tablets, web-enabled TV or desktop monitors, websites should look good and provide easy navigation for its users – and that’s where responsive web design comes in. Like with every other new solution, there are still a lot of mistakes being made around … Continue Reading…

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Web Design Trends to Watch Out for in 2014

The scope of web designing is ever expanding in proportion to the rapid online space spreading out. And to get the spotlight in this era of fast paced development, keeping up to date with the trends is essential. Like the internet, website design techniques continually grow to augment the user experience. 2014 is shaping up to be a year of many changes in the web design industry and the changes that you SHOULD adopt to stand out from the crowd. … Continue Reading…

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Is HTML5 a Good Choice for Web Apps in Today’s Mobile Age?

While web-based mobile apps are coded in HTML5 (or using CSS/JavaScript), and can be accessed via any phone or tablet devices. In contrast, native apps are built for a single mobile OS – be it Android, iOS etc. According to reports from BI (Business Insider), a contradiction has been observed: while some consumers prefer native apps, a lot of developers love to write single application that works well on all mobile devices. The earlier versions of HTML didn’t proved much … Continue Reading…