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Web Designer: Tips to have a Smooth Client Relationship

The pain of a client constantly interfering with the work of a designer is no new concept. Go for a different color scheme, change the logo placement, and tweak the designs and what not! It’s understandable as to how this constant nagging and interfering can get annoying after a certain point. That’s why most designers start to completely exclude their clients out of work until designs are ready. But, that only tends to make matters worse. The more you leave a client out of work, the more control he wants to exercise. But things don’t have always had to be … Continue Reading…

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Top Online Collaboration Tools for Web Designers & Developers

A large and growing percentage of design and development teams collaborate remotely. But whether it’s from across town or across the world, online collaboration can make it easier to get collective feedback, to get designs approved, and to streamline work for all parties. And while there are dozens of online collaboration tools available for teams and organizations of all sorts, all are not created equal. Online collaboration tools run the gamut. From free browser plugins to paid commercial-grade applications, they come in every price bracket. And some are designed with specific industries in mind! So before selecting an online collaboration … Continue Reading…

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5 Latest Web Development Technologies to Learn in 2016

Web development is one of the fastest growing fields in the technology sector. With the rise of new and powerful front-end development solutions, the scope of website building and user interface designing is growing quite rapidly. Today, we have a range of web application development frameworks, UI libraries, mobile development technologies and several new software applications in the market. These front-end frameworks and libraries allow developers to experiment with a range of new possibilities in diverse areas of web development. Currently, there is an increased demand for expert web and mobile app developers in the market. Web development is one … Continue Reading…

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4 Tips to Manage Web Design Projects more Efficiently

For those who have never worked with web design projects before, any web project can look like a simple one. The fact of the matter is that a simple web design project can easily consist of 50+ tasks. Moreover, these tasks are being executed by various groups of people from various fields that are independent of one another: designers, developers, clients, managers, copywriters and hence may have a very hard time understanding each other. Here are a few helpful tips that will keep chaos at bay and let you run your web design projects smoothly. 1. Everything that is important … Continue Reading…

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6 Considerations and Questions before Hiring Web Designing Services

Just a simple search for ‘web designing firms’ on Google can give you hundreds of results, and probably, a huge chunk of those are potential and viable options. As a customer/startup/growing business, there are many things to comprehend before you finally hire a team for the job. So, how do you start? In this post, you will find a step-by-step guide that will tell about all the considerations and things that you should be concerned about. 1. Local or offshore? Work is more about the service than the location of the service, per se. For example, there are companies that … Continue Reading…

10 Tools Everyone in the Drupal Industry should be Using

10 Drupal Tools Everyone in the Drupal Industry should be Using

Drupal Development is like a Cooking Game. Usually, we use main ingredients like Drupal core, contributed modules and themes, after that we get a recipe: create views, content types, and custom modules.  So the final result depends on our techniques, tools and our own things. There are following tools which everyone should use in Drupal. 1. Drush: Drush is a command line shell and scripting interface for installing, developing and maintaining Drupal websites. I love “Drush” because this provides us to download, install, uninstall and update Drupal module in minimum time from the command line. If you are using this then … Continue Reading…

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Magento 2 – Should You Upgrade? Answered by Opace (Infographic)

Magento 2, the upgrade to the highly popular eCommerce platform Magento, was released at the  end of 2015 to much excitement from the online shopping community. It has been widely anticipated since its announce way back in 2010, eBay, the then owners of Magento, promised a complete overhaul of the system, building it back up from the ground. So, with this promise of improved performance and speed, increased scalability and better use for customers, our team at Opace have explored whether eCommerce businesses should consider upgrading to Magento 2. What Are the New Features of Magento 2? To say that … Continue Reading…

6 Phases to Complete a Web Development Project Successfully

6 Phases to Complete a Web Development Project Successfully

Before getting into the points, we will try to know the main factors that can really make the difference in building a successful website project. In the current era of the Internet, having a website really makes a count in your business or profession. So a well-planned and well-designed website is always good for your personal need or for any business purposes. But the question is where to start and how to start making a good website. Suppose you are making a website either for yourself or for anyone else, at first, you need to know about the niche upon … Continue Reading…

Learn About 5 Game-Changing Web Development Tools

Learn About 5 Game-Changing Web Development Tools

The influence of the Internet in our day-to-day life is unavoidable; therefore, it has become significantly important for all the businesses and organisations to mark a strong presence in online world. And, the prominent step requisite to follow in this direction is to get an appealing yet functional website. This implies a lot of work pressure on designers and developers to come up with impressive results in a minimal period of time possible. Fortunately, there are plenty of web development tools available to make developer’s life easier. Let’s have a look on few of them: 1) Gridgum It’s really hard … Continue Reading…

Ideal PHP Web Development Environment for Beginners

Ideal PHP Web Development Environment for Beginners

PHP is general purpose web development technology. It’s around for roughly 20 years and the framework has seen many major updates/changes in years. PHP 7 is the latest release with many bug fixes and performance improvements. The report from BuiltWith and w3techs says PHP is most popular and widely used web technology. My ideal setup is consists of tools that help me develop stuff efficiently. IDE: Integrated Development Environment is a piece of software that helps programmers with auto code completion, syntax highlighting, debugging and profiling. I use NetBeans for many years. Well, I’m aware of PhpStrom IDE and its … Continue Reading…