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10 Pivotal Web Designs Tips (You Ought) to Consider in 2014

Last year, in 2013, we’ve observed a huge drift in the digital sector, i.e. web design and development. The dramatic drift brought with it many new changes, modifications or, to be exact, new trends that created a huge stir in the web design community in a positive fashion. Some of those trends are still prevalent today, while some are now just a vague fragment of our memory. Well, what can you expect from an industry that keeps sprouting new buds due to the continuous evolution in technology? Anyhow, we can’t let ourselves to sit still while the race is still … Continue Reading…

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Trends in Typography for 2014

Typography of a website is crucial because it can make a huge difference to the design. Good typography means your website is appealing, more readable and thus more likely to generate sales. As you pay attention to the quality of content, typography gains prominence because it accentuates designs, adds to the layout and keeps your audience engaged. With web and design trends changing ever so often, typography trends are not to be left behind. They are important to complement the design and also make your website stand out. Some of the trends mentioned below have shown proven results and they … Continue Reading…

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PSD to WordPress Conversion

Developing a website basically involves two important things- an attractive and user-friendly design and an efficient and functional website code. Both these things are necessary in order to do extremely well in today’s web surfing world. So to develop an interactive website, it is necessary to create good design along with amalgamation of an efficient user-friendly coding using HTML, PHP, JavaScript and CSS. This becomes difficult for non-programmers to work out with the coding of website. Thus, to abandon this barrier, the open source community has gifted WordPress as an open source website building tool along with content management system. … Continue Reading…

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Unleashing the Top 3 Secrets for Successful Mobile User Experience (UX)

The sudden upsurge in the frequency of people adopting mobile phones for browsing the web has made it a mandate for web design agencies and developers to ponder as to how they should create websites that can cater specifically to the mobile-first audience. However, a web design is not successful with just a responsive layout, an aesthetically beautiful UI(User Interface) and an eye-catching content that renders well on every device. There is more to it when it comes to mobile and it is Mobile UX – The User Experience on Mobile. UX is more or less like an art which … Continue Reading…

How to Build a Website - A to Z Guide for Beginners

Web Development Tips to Enhance your Skills & Improve your Website

If you are a web developer lost in the loops, there is no saving you. In fact, most develops give in their entire day to being slaves to loops and bettering them by the day. Coding is indeed a major concern with most people and in case you are a developer who wishes to develop a smooth website, the coding becomes an even bigger concern. But, no longer do you have to strive to achieve that smoothness. By acknowledging a few tips in hand and making them useful, you can create a million dollar website and that too without adding … Continue Reading…

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Grid Layout Enhances the Aesthetics of a Website and Provides Exemplary User Experience

Way back in history, especially during the Renaissance, the great masters of art harped on the importance of proportion and golden ratio, while describing a piece of art. The reason being it makes the piece of work aesthetically pleasing, and it keeps the artwork at par with the other elements in the universe. The same rule is applicable also while creating or designing a website. For any website design to be effective, it is not about the layout or the different themes used in it, but also about the balance or order that is visually prominent while viewing the website. … Continue Reading…

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How a Responsive Web Design is a better alternative to Mobile Design?

At present, the digital and online marketing industries are swarming with new innovative trends for website design and web development. Most of the web designers and developers are increasingly facing questions about the relevancy of responsive and mobile design approach by their clients. This dilemma has affected the decision makers of small business enterprises and entrepreneurs as well. Mobile and responsive web design are known to influence the inbound traffic to your website and lead conversion, besides building brand credibility and awareness. This is precisely the reason for confusion regarding which design element between mobile web and responsive design to … Continue Reading…

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CSS Tools for Unique Web Designs with Colourful Features

Either self design or hire professional web designers, but CSS tools for web designing are the most widely used in the process of web designing. Usually there are two core technologies that are used for the purpose for designing websites; they are known as HTML i.e. The Hypertext Markup Language and CSS i.e. Cascading Style Sheets. Most of the web pages that an average internet user encounters while web browsing are built up using either of the two technologies or it may be a combination of many web designing technologies. The HTML language provides for the basic structure of the … Continue Reading…

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The Basics of Web Design

The modern age has made it very popular for individuals as well as legal persons to have their own unique websites and the market for such web sites have created an environment for website design companies to flourish and offer services to make websites suited for all purposes. Larger companies have the technical know-how and manpower to make their websites whilst others hire companies to create websites for them. Websites are sometimes for profit and deal with e-Commerce while others are purely informative or for entertainment purposes. The first consideration to make is cost and flashier websites require a lot … Continue Reading…

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5 Signs your Business is Crying Out for a Content Management System

Whether you run a small e-commerce store (which, let’s be frank, is just an extension of your brick-and-mortar store) or you are planning to turn your so-so blog into a thriving online magazine, you will need to create, modify and delete web pages. You will also have to find a way to propitiate the search engine gods. As long as you had a small website with a few static pages, there was no question of getting a content management system – there was hardly much content to be managed. But, now you have grown a little bigger for your old … Continue Reading…